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Turkey closes all the border-crossing points with Syria
13:08 25.07.2012
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Turkey’s trade and customs affairs Ministry ordered to lock all the control-checkpoints near the Syrian border. The Turkish media reported about it. 

Not long ago Turkish opposition forces occupied the crossing points, but soon released them. 

According to the UN data, 32 thousand Syrian refugees are currently on the territory of Turkey, who had left their homeland because of the civil conflict.  

The relationship between the two countries escalated after the Syrian militaries shot down the Turkish helicopter F-4 “Phantom” near the border. In response to this fact, the Turkey placed anti-aircraft missile system at the border. 

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