ANKARA, Turkey – Turkey's state-run news agency says two more rockets fired from Syria have landed in a Turkish border town, wounding two people.
Anadolu Agency said one of the rockets hit a guesthouse in the town of Kilis on Tuesday while the second landed on an empty field near a bus terminal, wounding two people who were passing by.
Authorities evacuated children from a nearby youth center that has been turned into a temporary school for Syrian refugees, the report said.
Kilis has been hit by cross-border rocket fire in the past week, prompting Turkish artillery units to retaliate in line with the Turkish military's rules of engagement.
The wider province of Kilis borders areas in Syria that are controlled by the Islamic State group, Syrian Kurdish militia or anti-government Syrian rebels.