(AP) -- Syrian troops pushed to the Turkish border Thursday in their
sweep against a 3-month-old pro-democracy movement, sending terrified
refugees, including children, sprinting across the frontier to safe
havens in Turkey.
Syrian soldiers were
patrolling in military vehicles and on foot around the border village of
Khirbet al-Jouz, according to AP Television News journalists who
watched their movements from the Turkish side.
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