Turkish soldiers and an army tank take position at the new site of the Suleyman Shah tomb near the northern Syrian village of Esme, on the Syrian-Turkish border February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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A Turkish soldier who went missing following cross-border fire from Syria has been treated at a Syrian hospital in an area controlled by ISIS, a report said Saturday.One Turkish soldier died of his wounds and another was wounded following the incident in the border region of Kilis on Tuesday when shots were fired from an ISIS-held area in northern Syria.Sources also said that there were reports that the jihadis had planned to transfer the soldier to the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, which is under ISIS control.
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