One person died and two others were injured Monday during a cross-border attack by PYD/PKK terror group in southern Turkey as Turkish army’s operation in Syria’s northwestern town of Afrin continues. According to a security source, PYD/PKK terrorists in Syria’s northwestern town of Afrin targeted the southern Hatay province with a mortar shell, killing one person and injuring two. Separately, a Turkish soldier was slightly injured in the border district of Ceylanpinar of the southeast province of Sanliurfa after being hit by PYD/PKK. Later on Monday, three rockets fired from across the border landed in southern Kilis province. On Monday afternoon, another rocket was was fired by PYD/PKK terrorists in Afrin.
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