Missile fired in Syria hits Turkish border town; six reported injured

A missile fired by ISIS forces in Syria hit a crowded area of the town of Kilis in southern Turkey on Thursday afternoon. Initial reports said that six people, all Syrian refugees, including five children, were injured. The attack marked the first such attack by ISIS on the border town since the start of Turkey's invasion of northern Syria, which Ankara calls "Operation Euphrates Shield". 

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