ANKARA, Feb. 2 (Xinhua) -- At least 9 people were injured after the Kurdish militia of the People's Protection Units (YPG) fired six rockets from Syria's Afrin to Turkey's southeastern Kilis province and Hatay province on Friday.
In the border province of Hatay, six people were injured when three rockets targeted the town of Reyhanli on Turkish-Syrian border, hitting a house.
Kilis Governor Mehmet Tekinarslan said three more rockets hit the town of Kilis, northeast of Reyhanli, injuring three civilians, one seriously.
Turkish forces have immediately responded to the attacks with howitzers.
Since Turkish military operation against Syrian Kurdish militia was launched on Jan. 20, dozens of rockets have hit the Turkish border towns of Kilis and Reyhanli, killing at least five civilians and injuring about 90 others.