Blast heard in Turkey's Gaziantep could be caused by jets: governor

A Syrian man walks at a refugee camp in the Kilis district of Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey, on October 23, 2016A loud explosion was heard in the Turkish city of Gaziantep late Friday, which the governor’s office said could have been caused by jets taking part in the military incursion in neighbouring Syria. Governor Ali Yerlikaya’s office said that no one had been injured or killed, and that no damage had been caused. Gaziantep province was on high alert with security forces conducting security checks in several areas, the official news agency Anadolu said.

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