Middle East

Syrian state media say mortars fired from Turkey injure visting journalists

In this frame grab made from the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, an artillery shell explodes about 150 meters away from a group of journalists in the Syrian village of Kinsibba, about 5 kilometers from Turkey border onTuesday, March 1, 2016. A series of artillery shells exploded on the main street of Kinsibba, sending a group of international reporters running for cover and underscoring the limits of Syria's partial cease-fire. (AP Photo/Russian Defense Ministry Press Service pool phot





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