Turkey says three of its soldiers have been killed by Islamic State (IS) fighters in clashes in northern Syria.
The Turkish military says another four soldiers were wounded on September 6 in a rocket attack on Turkish tanks.
Two Turkey-backed Syrian rebels were also killed and another two wounded in the attack.
Fighters from the Free Syrian Army have recaptured the border town of Jarablus and a number of villages from the IS group since the Turkish military launched an incursion into northern Syria two weeks ago.
Turkey said on September 4 that IS militants were pushed out of their last positions along the Turkish-Syrian border.
Turkish forces have also targeted Kurdish fighters in the same region.
Ankara blamed the death of one Turkish soldier on August 28 in clashes with Kurdish militia.