Syrian refugees flee Turkey after Reyhanli car bombs

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Hundreds of refugees who fled to Turkey to escape the conflict in Syria are turning back, following the detonation of two car bombs in the southern town of Reyhanli which left 46 people dead.

Turkey has said that it suspects the involvement of Syrian intelligence, although Syria has denied this.

Reprisal attacks on Syrian-registered vehicles have taken place, prompting many to seek safety elsewhere - for the second time.

Wyre Davies reports from the Turkey-Syria border.

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