World Bulletin / News Desk
Education has resumed completely in Akcakale, southeastern town of Turkey.
Except the kindergartens and schools close to the Syrian border in Akcakale, all the schools were resumed on Monday after a three-day recess due to the ongoing clashes between Free Syrian Army, or FSA, and pro-Assad forces in neighboring Tal Abyad town of Syrian ar-Raqqah city as stray bullets hit several buildings.
Authorities said that the schools close to the border that were not resumed on Monday also resumed on Tuesday since the clashes have lessened in the Syrian town.
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