Death toll rises to two after second explosion caused by rockets in Turkey’s Kilis
AP photoThe death toll from the most recent rocket strikes from Syria on the southeastern province of Kilis has risen to two following an incident late April 24.
Fadil Emin, a Syrian national aged 23, succumbed to injuries on April 25, raising the death toll in rocket attacks from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)-controlled areas of northern Syria to 17 since January.
In the latest incident, two Katyusha projectiles fired from Syria hit a mosque, just 100 meters from the Kilis Governor’s Office on April 24.
Fatma Demir, 36, was killed in the incident while another 10 were wounded.
Earlier in the day, a total of 16 people, including children, were wounded when another two rockets fired from ISIL positions in northern Syria hit the province.