Skirmishes on the border between Turkey and Syria, dozens killed.
One policeman was killed and at least 10 other people were injured after a skirmish on the border of Syria with Turkey, Turkish media reported.
The violence began on Thursday when the Syrians are trying to move next door and opened fire across the border to Turkey's security.
Border post was set on fire during a shootout with a large group of Syrians trying to cross illegally.
Some describe them as smugglers, while others said they were civilians trying to escape the violence.
Other electronic media claim that the group of Syrian rebels.
One policeman died in hospital, six injured.
At least five civilians were injured during the violence.
Turkey is threatened by the exodus of refugees fearful of possible use of chemical weapons and the rise of radical Islamic groups in Syria.
At the forthcoming meeting between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and U.S. President Barack Obama, Turkey will push U.S. to take control before the fighting spread to the rest of the region.