Syria Civil War: Turkey confirms military strikes against Assad regime troops

The Turkish government are opposed to the Assad regime

Will Worley@willrworley
Saturday 13 February 2016 21:59
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Turkish Army vehicles and tanks wait near the Syrian border
Turkish Army vehicles and tanks wait near the Syrian border

The Turkish military have confirmed strikes against regime targets in north west Syria.

Turkish troops responded to mortar fire from Syrian government troops on a police station in Calibogazi, Hatay province, this afternoon, reported the state run Turkish Anadolu Agency.

However, there was no further detail on how Turkish troops responded.

Turkey has also acknowledged its strikes against the Kurdish PYD in Syria today.

The Independent will continue to monitor this story as it develops.

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