Rockets fired by YPG terrorists hits restaurant, house in Turkey's southern Kilis
Two rockets fired by PKK-affiliated People's Protection Units (YPG) terrorists from Syria's Afrin hit a restaurant and a house in Turkey's southern Kilis on Thursday, injuring at least five people, Daily Sabah reports.
The rocket landed on a historic building housing the restaurant located on the city's main Cumhuriyet Street, striking panic among locals, whereas another landed on a house.
Kilis Governor Mehmet Tekinarslan stated that five people were injured in the attacks, none with life threatening injuries.
Turkish border units detected the areas where rockets are fired and bombarded the area with artillery fire.