Ammunition from Syria hits house in Turkey’s southeast
KİLİS – Doğan News Agency
DHA photoAmmunition concluded to have come from close-by Syria in the southeastern Kilis province hit a house early Feb. 2. No casualties have been reported.
The unidentified ammunition hit the wall of Nimet İlban’s house around 3 a.m. Residents living nearby informed security forces of the explosion.
Security forces began examinations to identify the ammunition.
Recently, a rocket projectile from Syria hit a schoolyard in the province on Jan. 29, killing two.
Kilis is on the edge of a roughly 100-km strip of Syrian border territory controlled by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). Turkish towns in the region have frequently seen artillery fire spill over during Syria’s civil war, which is about to enter its sixth year.