Four killed as Turkish town hit by Syria rocket fire

A man carries an injured child on April 18, 2016 in Kilis, after four rockets fired from Syria, slammed into the southern Turkish townFour rockets fired by jihadists in Syria slammed into the southern Turkish town of Kilis on Monday, killing four Syrians including three children in the latest deadly cross-border strike, officials said. Kilis — the only town in Turkey where refugees from the war in Syria now outnumber Turkish locals — has been repeatedly hit by rocket fire from areas in Syria controlled by Islamic State (IS) jihadists in recent weeks. “Four Syrians living in Kilis, including three children were killed,” the Kilis governor’s office said in a statement.

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