World Bulletin / News Desk
Eight Syrians who were wounded in clashes in the north-western city of Idlib's Hanseyhun district have been brought to Turkey for treatment with the assistance of their relatives on Wednesday.
The Syrians were picked up at the Turkish-Syrian border by ambulances waiting in the Reyhanli town of the southern province of Hatay.
The Syrians were immediately taken to the Reyhanli State Hospital.
A Syrian who was badly wounded was later taken to the Antakya State Hospital from the Reyhanli State Hospital.
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), the companions of the eight Syrians said that Syrian troops sprayed bullets on people in Idlib and many individuals died as a result.
The companions also said that there were dozens of wounded individuals in Idlib.
Earlier in the day, ten people were killed in operations of the Syrian army against opponents.
Syrian Revolution General Commission said that ten people were killed in operations in Golan, Der'a, Homs, Damascus, Hama and Idlib.
One of killed people was a child, the commission said.
More than 14,000 people, the majority of them civilians, have died since the Syrian uprising began in March 2011, according to the Observatory, including more than 900 killed since the truce came into effect.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 16 Mayıs 2012, 22:40