Turkey-Kurdish tensions escalate over Syria operation

As Turkey continues its military operation inside Syria battling Kurdish militia, the latter have not ceased in launching attacks on Turkish soil. Al Jazeera meets some of the victims whose lives have been affected by the ongoing violence.

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    Tensions between Turkey and Kurdish militia inside Syria are escalating.

    Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) rockets have struck Turkish soil, injuring and killing civilians.

    Turkey has launched a military operation against the Kurdish militia inside Syria.

    Turkey denies it has killed any civilians.

    Al Jazeera's Jamal Elshayyal reports from Reyhanli on the Turkey-Syria border, where he spoke to some of the victims whose lives have been affected by the violence.


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