Syria: Turkey threatens to send millions of refugees to Europe if war against Kurds interfered with

President Erdogan claimed today that 109 militants had been killed in the last two days of fighting, but the number was disputed by his opponents on the ground.
In northern Syria seven civilians were reported killed, including two children. Meanwhile Syrian Kurdish forces fired mortars across the border, reportedly killing six people in several Turkish towns. Today the Turkish President warned he will open his borders and allow three and half million refugees to flood into Europe if anyone interferes with his war against the Kurds.