World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish Ministry of Family and Social Policies sent a 50-member team of psychologists, sociologists, social workers and child experts to the south-eastern town of Akcakale on Saturday to provide psychosocial support after the town came under the attack of Syrian artillery shells on Wednesday.
Five Turks were killed and nine others were wounded in the Akcakale incident.
The team of health experts will begin their work by meeting with the family members and friends of those killed and wounded in Akcakale.
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