Turkey to keep Syrian border vigilant after ISIL attack 


July 21, Ankara: After 30 people were killed in an ISIL attack in the town of Suruc, Turkey has responded quickly with plans to strengthen security along its border with Syria.

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Tuesday announced to boost the security during a press conference. Earlier President Recep Tayyip Erdogan condemned the attack as an act of terror. Investigators think the blast was caused by a female suicide bomber from the Islamic State group.

The blast killed activists, mostly students, who were set to travel to Kobane, located about 10km away inside Syria, in an effort to rebuild the town.

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