Syria | The aftermath of the July 14th 2020 SVBIED attack on the Russian BTR-82A

At least three Russian and several Turkish soldiers have been wounded in Syria's Idlib province when a joint military patrol was hit by a Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED)

The device blew up at 8:50am local time (05:50 GMT) as the soldiers' convoy patrolled the M4 highway in the southern part of a de-escalation zone

A Russian and a Turkish armored vehicle were damaged, with three Russians "lightly injured". Allegedly, several Turkish soldiers were also wounded