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May 12, 2013 6:55 am

Turkey Vows Response to Bombs Near Syrian Border That Killed Dozens

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Aftermath of the attack in Turkey. Photo: Screenshot.

BBC – Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu vowed to catch those behind the attack in Reyhanli which is home to many Syrian refugees. “Nothing will go unanswered,” Mr Davutoglu said.

Turkey, a member of Nato, said it suspected the involvement of a Syrian intelligence agency.

But Syria denied it was responsible.

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  • E Pluribus Beagle

    I imagine there’s some kind of flotilla for that.

  • Freedom Fighter

    I pray for the families of the victims but can’t at the same time shake the feeling of hypocrisy from turkey leadership. Turkey and Arab leaders condemn Israel for protecting its citizens by destroying weapons on route Hezbolha. Arab leaders are spine less and show no courage. At least people of Syria appreciate one country that support their fight… Israel.

    • jerry hersch

      Turkey is still “rehabilitating” its military
      Turkey if it were to intervene may have three fronts
      Those include the Iranian surrogate Armenia-a nation that would like to dismantle the Republic of Georgia..among others.And a confused Kurdish leadership whose people extend across Turkey-Syria-Iraq-Iran

  • jerry hersch

    Perhaps the beginning fomentation of the Hatay disturbances by Syria. The bombing was in a Sunni village in the Hatay Province -a province claimed by Syria. Many in the area are Alawites-Assad’s sect.
    Fomenting disturbances in Hatay are a way Syria could use to complicate Turkish intervention on Assad’s north flank.