Turkey opens border for Syrians escaping IS militants

(AGI) Ankara, Sept 19 - Turkey has opened its border to up to4,000 Kurdish Syrians fleeing Islamic State (IS) militants. Therefugees entered Turkey on Friday as the militants continuedtheir advance on Ain Al-Arab, Syria's third largest Kurdishtown. "We will take in our brothers fleeing to Anatolia fromSyria or any other place without any ethnic or sectariandiscrimination," Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told reportersin Azerbaijan. They will be transferred to an empty schoolbuilding in the village of Oylum for the time being, but newaccommodation will be found very soon, Davutoglu promised. . .

(AGI) Ankara, Sept 19 - Turkey has opened its border to up to4,000 Kurdish Syrians fleeing Islamic State (IS) militants. Therefugees entered Turkey on Friday as the militants continuedtheir advance on Ain Al-Arab, Syria's third largest Kurdishtown. "We will take in our brothers fleeing to Anatolia fromSyria or any other place without any ethnic or sectariandiscrimination," Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told reportersin Azerbaijan. They will be transferred to an empty schoolbuilding in the village of Oylum for the time being, but newaccommodation will be found very soon, Davutoglu promised. . .