A suicide bombing killed 44 people, including women and children, in northern Syria on Wednesday, state media reported.
At least one huge explosion carried out by a suicide vehicle hit buildings belonging to Kurdish security agency and other administration buildings, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a statement.
The group said 14 people died, but state-run Syrian Arab News Agency said at least 44 people were killed.
ISIS-linked Amaq Agency claimed responsibility for the attack in two consecutive statements circulated online by the group’s supporters.
It said a suicide bombing by a truck rigged with explosives detonated at the Kurdish military and security headquarters, killing “more than 100” and wounding dozens.
The terror group has claimed responsibility for a spate of terror attacks recently, including one that killed at least 21 people in Baghdad, Iraq, this week.
Just this month, the deadliest terror attack in Baghdad in years killed nearly 300 people when a suicide truck bomb plowed into a busy shopping district.