Rockets from Syria land in SE Turkey
Rockets fired from Syria have struck Turkey's southeastern city of Kilis, injuring 12 people, a local governor has said, according to Anadolu Agency.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency, Governor Suleyman Tapsiz said one person among the injured is in a serious condition.
Tapsiz added that the Turkish military later destroyed the target which fired the projectiles.
According to information from local police, three projectiles landed in a Kilis street on Monday.
A further device struck a house, while another landed in wasteland, injuring two people nearby.
The injured were rushed to a local state hospital.
Police teams have taken security measures around the city.
An Anadolu Agency reporter observed that the windows of cars and houses were broken as a result of the impacts.