One more killed in Turkey rocket attack

ANKARA, March 8 (KUNA) — Another person was killed in a rocket attack launched from Syrian territory on a Turkish border town earlier on Tuesday, the CNN Turk said.
A four-year-old child died of wounds he sustained when rockets fired from Syrian territory slammed into the Turkish border town of Kilis, it added The Turkish army fired back at so-called Islamic State (IS) positions as eight rockets were fired at the city, leaving two children wounded, the channel said.
Three rockets landed at outlying areas, while the others found their way to Kazim Karabekir and Turgut Ozal in Kilis, it noted.
In January, the city went under rockets attacks that were launched from Syrian territories under the control of the so-called Islamic State (IS). The attacks caused damage to two schools, killing a teacher in elementary school and a student in a middle school. (Pick up previous)