Five wounded in rockets fired from Syria in Turkey’s Kilis
KİLİS - Doğan News Agency
DHA photoFive people were injured on May 27 when rockets fired from ISIL-controlled territory in northern Syria hit Turkey’s border province of Kilis, 20 days after the last such attack by the jihadist group targeting the province.
Three Katyusha rockets fired from the Bab region of Syria hit the Hürriyet neighborhood in the Elbeyli district of Kilis. The projectile hit the wall of a house and exploded, injuring five locals.
Turkish artillery units and multiple rocket launchers on the border retailated to the attack.
Rocket attacks from the ISIL-controlled Bab region have claimed the lives of 21 people, including eight Syrians, in Kilis since January.