“It’s quiet today,” said a grizzled Turkish man sipping a glass of tea. “I hope that $*&# guy running that country doesn’t do something #*&$ today,” he cursed. Fighting first erupted in the area on November 8, when Syrian rebels mounted an assault on Syrian government forces in the neighboring Syrian town of Ras Al Ain. Ras Al Ain, Syria, and Ceylanpinar, Turkey, are effectively one town, separated by a fence and a parallel line of railroad tracks.
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