Syria-Turkey tension: Inside the town reeling from car bombs

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It is still not clear who carried out two car bomb attacks in the Turkish border town of Reyhanli on Saturday.

Turkey continues to blame agents of the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad, although Syria has denied responsibility for the attacks which killed 46 people.

In the town of Reyhanli the clear up has begun, but many locals are venting their anger on the thousands of refugees from Syria who - until the car bombs - were welcomed to the area with open arms.

Wyre Davies reports from inside the town.

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