UN calls for restraint following deadly mortar attack on Turkish town

5 October 2012

Both the UN Secretary-General and the Security Council are calling for restraint following the deadly shelling this week of a Turkish town by Syrian forces.

Five people were killed, all of them women and children, when mortar fire from Syria hit the town of Akcakale, located on the border between the two countries.

Dianne Penn reports.

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