CNN Turk: Shell from Syria hits Turkish health center

By REUTERS
October 23, 2012 13:04

 
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ISTANBUL - An anti-aircraft shell fired from Syria hit a health center across the border in Turkey's Hatay province on Tuesday but there were no immediate reports of injuries, CNN Turk television said.

Turkey has bolstered its military presence along its 900-km (560-mile) border with Syria in recent weeks and has been responding in kind to gunfire and mortar shells flying across from fighting between rebels and government forces in Syria.

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