Reyhanli Bombings Complicate Syrian Crisis
The 11 May car bombings which killed 50 in the Turkish border town of Reyhanli have raised concerns in Turkey and regionally that Syria’s civil war may be about to spill over – to a far greater extent than it has already – into neighboring states.
Turkish police arrested nine people in connection with the attacks, which Turkish officials immediately blamed on Syria, warning of...
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