Syrian forces have opened fire on rebel opposition forces that crossed over the Turkish border killing one and wounding several.
This cross-border incident began with a clash between Syrian troops and opposition fighters at Salameh after a number of rebels escaped over the border with the Syrian forces chasing them reports BBC News, NPR and Al Jazeera.
Turkey summoned it's envoy over this incident which has angered them, the Turkish foreign minister has stated:
"After this incident the Syrian charge d'affaires in Ankara was called and we demanded an end to this."
The Syrian Army had previously taken precautions and made sure to keep away from the border. Over 24,000 Syrians hundreds of them army defectors have fled over the border, many of them in the last week as violence increases close to the planned UN ceasefire deadline.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has stated the casualty of this raid later died in the Kilis refugee camp, which is mere metres away from the border.
The Turkish government appears to hold little hope for the ceasefire plan proposed by the UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan whom is due to briefly visit Syrian refugees who fled over the Syrian border into Turkey before going on a visit to Iran.
A Lebanese camera fro Al-Jadeed television was also shot dead in the border region between Syria and Lebanon's northern Wadi Khaled district.
This incident casts further doubt over the ceasefire plan which is set to take effect tomorrow. Turkey's deputy foreign minister Naci Koru summed up this prevalent doubt when he stated that the deadline has become "void at this stage."