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Syria: 110 killed Saturday and tension with Turkish

Ankara : Turkey | Oct 07, 2012 at 3:52 AM PDT
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Panetta: Syria Clash With Turkey May Escalate

Numbers of those who fell at the hands of the regular forces in various parts of Syria came to 110, Saturday, according to the MAP Coordinating Committees Syrian opposition, at a time when it enters the tensions between Syria and Turkey, its fourth day.

Three mortar missiles of Syria on Turkish territory, Saturday, along the border separating the two countries, which raised a state of terror in a number of areas and towns near the border which prompted residents in these areas to remain in their homes for fear of injuring one of these missiles.

The official statement issued by the Turkish authorities that the shells landed on two villages are close to the southern border of the country, pointing out that a missile landed just 50 meters deep into Turkish territory . A report posted on the Turkish news agency semi-official "Anatolia," in the words of Turkish Foreign Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu as saying " We will not be silent to any external aggression on Turkish territory, regardless of the source of this attack."

On his turn , the U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said to the press in Peru concern about what is happening on the Syrian-Turkish border, "the exchange of fire between the Syrian side and the Turkish side, raising fears of the possibility of expanding the crisis to neighboring countries."

It is to be noted that CNN can not confirm independently of the health field reports in Syria because the Syrian authorities refused to allow them to operate on its territory.

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Turkish soldiers stand guard in Akcakale by the Turkish-Syria border in southern Sanliurfa province
Turkish soldiers stand guard in Akcakale by the Turkish-Syria border in southern Sanliurfa province
Fury60 is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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