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Turkish military clashes with Kurdish militants on Syria border; kills 4


Turkish military clashes with Kurdish militants on Syria border; kills 4
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Four Kurdish militants were killed after Turkish forces fired howitzer shells across the border into Syria's Ayn al Arab region, state broadcaster TRT said on Wednesday.

The missiles were launched from Turkey's southeastern province of Sanliurfa, along with the Syrian border, TRT said. Six other militants were wounded in the strikes on the region, which is also known as Kobani.

(With inputs from agencies.)


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