At least six people were killed, including a woman and her two children, in an explosion that rocked Syria's northern Aleppo province on Saturday, a pro-government news website reported.
The report said that the blast occurred at a car-washing shop in Tal Zarazir area at the outskirts of Aleppo, setting the shop ablaze along with two vehicles inside it.
Damages were also seen on nearby buildings, it added.
There was no immediate word from officials about the incident.
Also on Saturday, local media reported blasts of explosive device in the capital Damascus' suburb of Joubar that left only material damages.
Another blast occurred in the heart of Damascus early Saturday, when two explosive devices planted under a military pickup truck went off at al-Khuja market and left property losses.