The border town of Kilis in Turkey's southern part came under fire from the Syrian territory on Friday. There were no wounded after two missiles exploded in the countryside, but the incident caused panic among local residents.
According to Kilis town authorities, three men, who tried to illegally enter Turkey from Syria, were arrested on Thursday on charges of having links with extremists.
Arrests in the border area have become an everyday occurrence. Almost every day the security forces in the region detain suspicious persons either directly linked to ISIS or having contacts with ISIS representatives in Syria.
It was reported earlier that the day before German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited the Turkish border town of Kilis, ISIS militants shelled the area with missiles, killing two and wounding four people in the attack.
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