* Photo credit: Al Jazeera.
Syria warplanes attacked Ras Al-Ain, a Syrian district across the Turkey border. The air strike was preceded by a patrol helicopter which dropped some barrels in the area.
Many Syrians were wounded by the air strike, most of them fleeing to Turkish border, according to CNNTurk.
UN announced that some 8,000 Syrians arrived in one 24-hour period last week.
Another Artillery Shell Hit Turkey
Syrian Army forces under Assad government struggle to recapture Ras Al-Ain Ras Al-Ain, a district under the control of Free Syrian Army.
An artillery shell fired by the Syrian Army during the clashes hit the area that belonged to the Agriculture Management Office in Ceylanpınar District, Turkey. Clashes also left some windows broken.
A previous artillery fire in Akçakale district left 5 Turkish civilians dead. (AS)
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