Over 50 Injured in Car Bomning in Southeastern Turkey

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Up to 50 people have been injured in a car bomb attack that hit a hospital in the Turkish province of Mardin on August 10. The blast was reported at a hospital in the city of Kiziltepe located near the Syrian-Turkish border.

Another bomb went off in Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey. Local autohrities say that the attack injured a number of policemen.

Southeastern Turkey is a mostly Kurdish-populated area. Reports say that the attacks were likely conducted by the Kurdish militant group, the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).

Over 50 Injured in Car Bomning in Southeastern Turkey

Scene of the attack in Mardin

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