Missile attacks against popular Turkish tourist resort

 
Missile attacks against popular Turkish tourist resort
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Rockets have hit the popular tourist resort of Antalya in Turkey, a city that each year hosts many sunbathing Western tourists.

According to the Turkish news agency Dogan, three rockets were fired from a hill between the towns of Antalya and Kemer area at 10:20 am local time.

A shop was hit, but no one has been reported injured. Another rocket landed in the sea.

The motive for the attack is currently unknown.

«This morning at 10:20am, an explosion occurred in the town of Antalya, Turkey at Çalticak Fishing Shelter. The cause of the explosion is being investigated.»

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