Soldiers inflicted violence on the refugees attempting to cross to Antep.
The Chief of General Staff has declared that the four refugees have been deported and the soldiers who inflicted violence have been detained.
Judicial and administrative actions have been launched
The four refugees who tried to reach Antep by crossing Syrian border on July 28 at around 11 a.m. were captured. The moments that the soldiers battered the refugees were covered by the media and sparked reactions in the social media.
Following the reactions, the Chief of General Staff issued a statement expressing that the refugees were deported and the soldiers were taken into custody.
According to a statement by the Ministry of Interior in February 2017, there are as many as 3.5 million refugees, predominantly in Urfa and Antep, which are border cities. (AS/TK)
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