The city of Karkamish in Gaziantep province in southeastern Turkey has come under fire from Syria, no casualties have been reported, local authorities said.
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“Today, three shells fired from Syria exploded in the Karkamysh region. There were no casualties, minor material damage was caused. An investigation has begun. It is assumed that the PJD (Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party) is responsible for the shelling,” the Gaziantep provincial administration said in a statement.