Our NATO Ally: Turkish border guards kill 11 after ‘firing indiscriminately’ at Syrian refugees

Turkish border guards have shot dead nearly a dozen Syrian refugees, including children, as they tried to cross into the country.

At least 11 people were killed after they were “fired on indiscriminately” at the unofficial Khirbet al-Jouz crossing, around 30 miles south of the Turkish city of Antakya.

Many of the victims were from the same family, which had recently fled the northern Islamic State-held town of Jarabulus.

That would be Turkey… Our NATO partner.

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