Rocket from Syria Hits Southern Turkey, 6 Hurt

Ankara, – A rocket projectile fired from northwestern Syria injured six people when it hit landed in a city center in southern Turkey’s Kilis Thursday, the regional governor told Anadolu Agency (AA).

Governor Ismail Catakli said: “We have six injured and five of them are in good health.” According to an Anadolu Agency, the projectile landed in Canpolat Street near a local market called Sabah Pazari.

Kilis province lies six kilometers (four miles) from the Syrian border.

In Kilis alone, the regional governor said more than 20 people had been killed and more than 80 others wounded in such incidents.

Source: Qatar News Agency