Forty-four individuals have been slaughtered in a gigantic bombarding in the Kurdish-controlled city of Qamishli in north-east Syria, Syrian state TV reports.
The impact was brought about by a truck bomb which struck close to a Kurdish security home office, as per a UK-based observing gathering.
Alleged Islamic State (IS) has said it was behind the assault, in Hassakeh territory, close to the fringe with Turkey.
IS has already completed bombings against Kurds in the territory.
A Kurdish-ruled state army upheld via air strikes from the US-drove coalition is initiating the fight against IS in northern Syria.
State TV indicated scenes which it said were the outcome of the besieging, with pictures of pulverization over a huge region and crest of smoke ascending into the air.
An observer told the BBC that there are individuals caught under the rubble and there are fears the loss of life may rise. More than 100 individuals have been injured.