Syria Fighting Spills Over Borders

    A Syrian refugee, wounded in shootings along the border between Syria and Turkey, lies in a hospital bed, on April 9, 2012 in Kilis. Two Syrians were killed and at least 15 others were wounded in shootings along the border between Syria and Turkey, Anatolia news agency reported quoting local health officials.  "The number of wounded brought into Turkey reached 17 but two of them died later on," the official was quoted as saying by Anatolia, following the shooting near a camp for Syrian refugees. AFP PHOTO/IHLAS NEWS AGENCY   TURKEY OUT (Photo credit should read IHLAS NEWS AGENCY/AFP/Getty Images)

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    A ceasefire in Syria brokered by the U.N. looked unlikely Monday as violence raged in Damascus and on Syria's borders with Turkey and Lebanon. At least 105 people were killed on Monday alone, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, in a clear sign that Assad’s government has no intention of sticking to the peace plan, set for Tuesday. Clashes spilled into Turkey, where one person was killed and three others injured at a refugee camp, fueling tensions between the neighbors. It was reported that a Lebanese journalist was killed by gunfire along the Syrian-Lebanese border after being struck by fire that appeared to come from the Syrian side.

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