Death toll from a car bomb blast near a police station in Midyat town in the Turkish province of Mardin rose to 4 people, with another 30 being wounded, reports Daily Sabah.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim confirmed the death toll figures, saying they could have been higher had it not been for no concrete fences and other security measures around the building.
It was reported earlier that a car bomb went off near a police station in mainly Kurdish Mardin town in the Turkish province of Midyat.
The bomb was planted in a car parked outside a building in one of the town’s busiest streets. According to recent reports, the blast killed two policemen and injured more than 30 people, some of them seriously.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim blamed the terrorist attack on Kurdish terrorists.