At least 30 people were killed and 70 others injured in four explosions in Syria's northwestern city of Idlib on Sunday.
According to an Anadolu Agency correspondent in the region, four car bomb blasts occurred in an area in the city center where vehicles were parked.
Photos and video from the activist-run Thiqa News Agency and Baladi News Agency show heavy damage along what appears to be a major avenue in the city, with several buildings damaged and vehicles overturned.
Ambulances and rescue teams rushed to the explosion site and efforts are under way to pull out the bodies and rescue the injured trapped under the rubble of the targeted building and neighboring houses, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The monitor said the explosions targeted the headquarters of an opposition faction in Idlib.
No group immediately claimed responsibility for the bombings.
The city and the province are controlled by several rebel factions and insurgents vying for dominance, the most powerful being an al-Qaida-linked group, Tahrir al-Sham.
The Syrian army and its allies launched an offensive in October to recapture the provinces of Idlib and Hama, and it has since been making swift advances.
The Syrian army lost Idlib to insurgents when the provincial capital fell in 2015. It became the only province fully under opposition control.