Turkish artillery fired towards Syria for a fifth day in a row today, minutes after a Syrian shell landed on Turkish territory.
A Syrian shell landed 200 metres inside Turkey, near the border town of Akcakale. Town mayor Abdulhakim Ayhan said that Turkish artillery immediately returned fire.
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