According to an announcement released by the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) General Staff on Sunday, at 02:25 am Sunday 10-15 rounds of ammunition targeted a tactical armored vehicle which was patrolling the Turkish border with Syria in a location nearby the Oğulpınar border post. A military armored personnel carrier vehicle which was on duty in the same district, returned fire across the border in line with Turkey's rules of engagement.
ANTIAIRCRAFT SHELLS HITS TWO HOMES IN TURKEY
Meanwhile, clashes near Syria's border with Turkey between the PYD, the PKK terrorist organization's political offshoot in Syria, and the Al Nusra Front continued for a sixth day. Last night, firing was heard once again in Ras al-Ayn.
Apprehension escalated in the Turkish border town of Ceylanpınar in Şanlıurfa province. Two antiaircraft missiles are stated to have deflected from clashes last night and hit the garden wall of one home and the roof of another. Supposedly no one was killed or injured in the attack. Announcements were made requesting Ceylanpınar residents from going outdoors.
Conflict also escalated late yesterday evening between the PYD and the Free Syrian Army in Syria's Tell Abyad, located across the border from the Şanlıurfa town of Akçakale. According to reports, the Free Syrian Army has taken over control of Tel Abyad.