People carry a body as they leave a hospital in Qamishli, a Kurdish-majority city in Syria's Hassakeh province, on January 24, 2016, after a bomb exploded in a mostly-Christian neighborhood. / AFP / DELIL SOULEIMAN
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Syria's Kurds Monday accused a pro-regime militia of being behind two deadly bomb blasts that killed nearly 20 people in the city of Qamishli in recent weeks.The statement comes a month after clashes erupted between Syrian Kurdish forces and pro-government fighters in the city in northeast Syria, where control is shared between the Kurds and the regime.Tensions have erupted between the Asayish and the NDF, with two NDF members killed in an exchange of fire with Kurdish forces on Dec. 17 .
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