Three suicide bombers wearing suicide belts detonated themselves at a hotel in the country's northern city of Qamishli on Tuesday, leaving five people killed and eight others wounded, the official SANA news agency reported.
Three terrorists wearing suicide belts detonated themselves at the Hadaya Hotel in the Kurdish-dominated city of Qamishli in the northern Hasaka province, said SANA, adding that five people were killed and eight others wounded in the attack.
Meanwhile, a human rights group said that fighters from an ultra-radical group launched the attack in Qamishli, adding that the service offices for the Kurds were in the hotel.
Clashes between Kurdish gunmen and members of the rebel group have been ongoing recently in this area.
The Kurds, making up some 15 percent of Syria's 23 million inhabitants who are mostly living in the north of the embattled country, tried to keep their areas immune from military operations and retain the kind of "autonomy."
However, the conflict broke out in northern Syria between the Kurds and al-Qaida-affiliated groups in the north. The Kurds emerged victorious and gained ground in a number of areas in the north, mainly in the areas adjacent to Turkey.
According to the recent statistics, more than 100,000 people were killed in the Syrian conflicts over the three years; 9.3 million are in need, 4.65 million of whom are children.
Syria's prolonged crisis has displaced millions of people, who either sought refuge inside the country or in neighboring Lebanon and Jordan