Syria denies role in Turkish border town bombings
Syria has denied being responsible for two car bombs which killed 46 people and wounded dozens more in a Turkish border town on Saturday.
According to the Associated Press, during a news conference on Sunday, Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi said that "no one has the right to make false accusations."
"This is not the behavior of the Syrian government," he added.
Turkish police say that nine people have been arrested in connection with Saturday's attacks in Reyhanli.
Ankara has said that it suspects the involvement of Syrian intelligence.
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