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Repeatedly hit missiles from Syria Kills Five in Turkey

Repeatedly hit missiles from Syria to Turkey. After the past few weeks mortar rounds injured in Akcakale man exploded a grenade now ends deadly for five Turks. The relationship between the neighboring countries was extremely tense earlier.

In a Turkish border village by the impact of a grenade fired from Syria, five people have been killed. Several others were injured. Among those killed was a six year old child, the news channel CNN Turk reported, citing the mayor of the town.
The village Akcakale lies directly on the border with Syria and near the long disputed border crossing Tell abjad, had occupied the Syrian rebels after two days of clashes.

The village had been hit in the past week already from a mortar shell fired from Syria. In this house walls were damaged. Before that several Turks had been hit by gunfire from Syria. Among the injured were several Turkish policemen. The Turkish government has repeatedly protested against shots across the border. The relationship between the two neighbors went from being a friendly before the start of the Civil War more than a year to extremely tense. Turkey has repeatedly moved troops to the border regions.

More than 40 killed by car bombs

In several attacks with car bombs, meanwhile, are in the northwestern Syrian city of Aleppo, according to reports from authorities circles at least 40 people have been killed. More than 90 more were injured, reported the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Other sources speak of 27 dead, but also say that the death toll could rise even more, because among the wounded many seriously injured befänden.

The state television spoke of "three terrorist attacks", which allegedly took place in the central square of the city. A few hundred meters detonated a fourth bomb. The victims were members of the army above all it said.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , the attack was directed against an officer's club and a hotel. The square in the center of the town for months fiercely contested There also many government buildings, which were all closed.

Aleppo was until July under the control of the government. This past week started, the rebels launched a new offensive to take the city. During the fierce fighting and the World Heritage Site historic bazaar came into the town on fire. died since the start of the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011 According to the Observatory in Syria more than 31,000 people.

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