Obamas dangerous meddling may spark more war

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Turkey has closed one of its border gates to Syria after an al Qaeda-affiliated rebel group clashed with units of the Arab- and Western-backed Free Syrian Army in the Syrian town of Azaz near the Turkish frontier.

The emergence of al Qaeda-linked fighters along its border with Syria, within striking distance of Turkish territory, is a nightmare scenario for Ankara.

Fifty-two people were killed when twin car bombs ripped through the Turkish border town of Reyhanli in the southern province of Hatay on May 11, three months after a similar blast killed more than a dozen at the border gate.

The attacks could have been the work of one of the rebel factions, which include the al Qaeda-linked Jabhat al-Nusra.