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Explosion Near Turkish-Syrian Border Kills 4

Turkey's interior minister, Muammar Guler, says explosions near the country's border with Syria have killed at least four people and wounded at least 18 others.

Turkish media outlets reported four blasts Saturday in the town of Reyhanli, just a few kilometers away from a Syria border crossing. The cause of the explosions has not been determined.

Several ambulances have been dispatched to the scene to treat the victims.

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