Rockets fired from Syria have landed on Turkish territory, injuring several people according to a local media report.
At least four people were injured when five rockets hit the in the southeast border town of Kilis, Anadolu news agency reported.
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The rockets are believed to have been fired from a region in Syria controlled by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) militants, the Daily Sabah reported.This is yet to be confirmed by authorities.
The Turkish artillery retaliated by shelling the positions inside Syria from where the rockets were fired, it added.
#Kilis kent merkezine 3 roket düştü, yaralılar var! https://t.co/Q2vXF78ORv pic.twitter.com/1CvETY6hi8
— ABC Gazetesi (@abcgazete) April 11, 2016
Kilis’e Roket Mermisi Düştü: 2 Kişi Yaralandı https://t.co/AN2olxSBPT pic.twitter.com/gkVR8FhuQE
— DİBA HABER (@dibahaber) April 11, 2016
Kilis, which hosts a large number of Syrian refugees, has been caught in cross-border shelling on several occasions during the conflict.