Turkey is building a ‘modular wall’ along part of its 560-mile border with Syria, reinforcing wire fencing and digging extra ditches as clashes with Isis continue
Suruc bombing: The story behind the viral photograph of three young activists …
Sosyal medyadaki bilgi kirliliğine emin olmadan dahil olan Atilla Taş’tan fotoğrafı silmesini istedim. — maderşahî barajyıkan … The attack killed 32 people – mostly university student activists – in the town of Suruc on Monday, and injured 104 .
Country where 32 people died in bombing of cultural centre is building a wall, strengthening wire fences and digging a 225-mile ditch to boost security
Turkey is building a “modular wall” along part of its border with Syria, reinforcing wire fencing and digging extra ditches after a suspected Islamic State suicide bombing killed 32 people in a border town this week.
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