A Syrian government helicopter's bombs are the latest in an assault on the rebel-held town of Ras al-Ain, near the border with Turkey. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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A helicopter launches another bomb assault on the Syrian rebel-held town of Ras al-Ain on Monday (November 12), sending civilians fleeing across the border into neighbouring Turkey.
The Syrian government unleashed its air power with a warplane screeching along the frontier and bombing within metres (yards) of the fence on Monday morning.
Scores of Syrians, including women and young children, scrambled under a wire fence marking the border with Turkey, with the hope of seeking refuge in safer territory.
The Arab and Kurdish town of Ras al-Ain fell to the Free Syrian Army on Thursday (November 8) in fighting that sent 9,000 fleeing in a 24-hour period, one of a largest refugee influxes into Turkey of the 19-month civil war.
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