An area around the Syrian town of Ras al-Ayn, lying only 10 meters off the Turkish border was bombed by a Syrian Jet fighter today. At least six people were killed and a dozen others were wounded.
Rebels overran three security compounds in the town last week which lies in the mainly Kurdish oil-producing province of al-Hasaka gaining control from regime forces.
An report from the local mayor’s office stated that 18 Syrian casualties, 6 of whom later died, had been taken in Turkish ambulances to a hospital across the border in the Turkish town of Ceylanpinar. Ceylanpinar also felt the blast and shop windows were shattered, although it is not known yet whether there were any casualties there.