Security forces and an angry crowd clash in Reyhanli, southern Turkish town bordering Syria, which was the setting for the twin bombings last week, Saturday, May 18, 2013.(AP Photo/IHA)
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Turkish authorities have issued warnings to Syrians working with opposition groups in Turkey, citing intelligence reports that Al-Qaeda-linked rebels are planning attacks against them during Syria peace talks in Switzerland, opposition sources said.Turkey has been a strong supporter of the Syrian opposition, hosting, along with some 600,000 refugees, rebel military commanders and opposition political bodies.But Turkey's policies on Syria have attracted criticism recently, amid accusations Turkey's indiscriminate vetting process has provided Al-Qaeda-linked Islamist rebels with the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) and the Nusra Front safe haven on Turkish soil as well as passage in to Syria.Opposition sources from the coalition said Turkey had warned the "Syrian opposition in exile" there was a risk of attack from the [Syrian] regime ... and from ISIS".
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