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Syrian air strikes: Shelling of 'besieged' Kobane goes on

The Syrian town of Kobane is still under siege, two weeks after Islamic State fighters began their assault.

More than 150,000 civilians, mainly Kurds, have fled across the border into Turkey seeking shelter.

On Thursday, the Turkish parliament will vote on a government request to authorise military action, as well as deciding whether to allow international coalition forces to operate from Turkish bases.

Paul Adams reports from the border near Kobane.

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