Why Turkey is Essential for the Syrian Opposition
Rebel fighters rely on the country for support and weapons, but it may no longer be a secure option.
ANTAKYA, Turkey--The buildings hit by bombs lay in heaps of rubble on the ground. Construction workers climb surrounding buildings, replacing the windows blown out by the blast. It has been almost two weeks since the bombings in Reyhanli, Turkey that killed more than 50 people. Clean-up efforts are underway, but the incident added to the increasing tensions in the country, which opposition soldiers hiding out in Turkey say could change the dynamic of their operations.
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