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Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey

The attacks has provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000

Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
A truck sprays water to clean up streets on May 14, 2013 at Reyhanli in Hatay, just a few kilometres from the main border crossing into Syria. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
An officer walk amongst the wreckage of a building on May 14, 2013 at Reyhanli in Hatay, just a few kilometres from the main border crossing into Syria. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
A man sprays water to clean up a street on May 14, 2013 at Reyhanli in Hatay, just a few kilometres from the main border crossing into Syria. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
Syrian refugees carry their belongings at Cilvegozu border gate to go back to Syria after car bombings at Reyhanli in Hatay, on May 14, 2013. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
Syrian refugees wait at Cilvegozu border gate to go back to Syria after car bombings at Reyhanli in Hatay, on May 14, 2013. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
Syrian refugees wait at Cilvegozu border gate to go back to Syria after car bombings at Reyhanli in Hatay, on May 14, 2013. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
Syrian refugees walk in front of a banner reading 'Bye bye' at Cilvegozu border gate as they go back to Syria after car bombings at Reyhanli in Hatay, on May 14, 2013. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
Syrian refugees carry their belongings at Cilvegozu border gate to go back to Syria after car bombings at Reyhanli in Hatay, on May 14, 2013. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
Syrian refugees wait at Cilvegozu border gate prior to go back to Syria after car bombings at Reyhanli in Hatay, on May 14, 2013. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)
Clean up after terrorist blast in Turkey
Syrian refugee drive a car with boxes and bags tied on the top of the vehicle at Cilvegozu border gate to go back to Syria after car bombings at Reyhanli in Hatay, on May 14, 2013. The death toll in twin car bombings in a Turkish town near the Syrian border has increased to 50 after another body was recovered and a victim died in hospital, the health minister was quoted as saying on May 14. The attacks also provoked a backlash against Syrian refugees in Turkey, whose number is around 400,000 but government officials have repeatedly warned against provocations and said Turkey will maintain its open-door policy for Syrians fleeing the regime's crackdown. (AFP/Getty Images)