ISIS fires missiles at Turkish border town, hits mosque in latest attack

ISIS fighters in Syrian territory fired a number of Katyusha missiles on Sunday at the border town of Kilis in southeastern Turkey, killing one person and injuring dozens of others. One of the missiles targeted a local mosque during a visit by Deputy Prime Minister Yalcin Akdogan, who had come to the town to calm citizens enraged by repeated ISIS attacks. Since the beginning of the year, sixteen people have been killed and hundreds have been wounded in Kilis and the surrounding area from 45 missiles fired by ISIS fighters in Syria. 

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