Turkish army says returns fire at ISIS in Syria after rocket attack

By REUTERS
September 22, 2016 16:05

ANKARA - Turkey's army returned fire at Islamic State targets in Syria after a rocket hit the Turkish border town of Kilis, the military said in a statement on Thursday.

Six people, including five children, were wounded in the rocket attack, officials said, the first such strike since Ankara-backed rebels cleared Islamic State from Turkey's southern border this month.


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