Carnage as suicide bomber kills 42 people in Syrian town just hours after it was taken from ISIS by Turkish-backed rebels  A suspected ISIS jihadi detonated a car bomb inside a Free Syrian Army position The attack took place in the village of Susian, five miles from the town of Al-Bab Turkish-backed forces seized the village overnight which is close to the frontier Human rights observers said the attack was probably conducted by ISIS  

A suicide bomber attacked Turkish-backed rebels just outside the Syrian town of Al-Bab Friday, killing 42 people in a major blow just hours after they hailed its capture from ISIS. 

The bomber blew up a vehicle packed with explosives outside a rebel command centre in the village of Susian, five miles northeast of Al-Bab, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

The blast devastated the twin command posts and also seriously wounded a large number of fighters, the Britain-based monitoring group said.

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This is the terrible aftermath of a suicide bombing by ISIS in the village of Susian, Syria

The bomb ripped through the poorly-defended position killing some 42 people mostly fighters

ISIS is being attacked on several fronts across Syria and Iraq in an effort to destroy it entirely

A suspected ISIS suicide bomber detonated his car bomb killing 42 people in the village of Susian, which is five miles north east of Al-Bab near the Syrian-Turkish frontier