Twenty-two Syrians escaping violence in their country have crossed into Turkey, Turkish security sources said.
Turkey’s Ihlas news agency quoted the sources as saying that 22 Syrian citizens had crossed into southern villages in Turkey.
There was an injured man among the Syrian refugees fleeing unrest in Syria.
He was rushed to a public hospital for medical treatment, while the others were taken to a nearby refugee camp, the news agency said.
Syrian refugees are being settled in six camps in south Turkey, put up by Turkish Red Crescent since the outbreak of protests against Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s regime in March 2011.