Patriot missiles start to arrive in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews January 22, 2013
Patriot missile batteries provided by Germany and the Netherlands arrived in Turkey yesterday along with German and Dutch military personnel. Germany, the US and the Netherlands each are providing two Patriot missile batteries, requested by the Turkish government to protect the country from a possible attack from Syria. Patriot missile systems are being deployed near the Turkish-Syrian border.
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