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Six killed in Turkish border towns in mortar fire from Syria: governor's offices

Reuters Thursday, 10 October 2019 ()
Six people including a 9-month-old baby were killed during mortar and rocket fire from Syria into Turkish border towns, governors' offices of southeastern Turkish provinces said on Thursday.
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News video: Inside Syria as civilians flee the Turkish offensive

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Inside Syrian border towns with Turkey, families are escaping from the Turkish offensive as funerals start for the dead.

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