6 people, including 5 children, wounded in Turkey rocket attack

September 22, 2016 15:30

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey - Six people were wounded, five of them children, when a rocket hit the Turkish border town of Kilis on Thursday, the local governor, Ismail Catakli, said in a statement.

Police sources said the rocket came from Islamic State-controlled territory inside Syria. Since January of this year, such cross-border rocket attacks have killed 21 people and wounded 80 in Kilis, security sources said.

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