Another explosion occurred in the southeastern Turkish province of Mardin in the city of Kiziltepe according to the Turkish edition Cnntürk.
Reportedly, Kurdish terrorists blew up a car parked near the State Hospital.
According to preliminary information, 30 people, including five policemen were injured as a result of a terrorist attack. Moreover, the explosion took the lives of one policeman and two civilians.
Later, one more explosion was reported. It occurred in the area of the province of Diyarbakir Sur near the bridge over which the police car was driving. As a result, four civilians killed and four policemen injured.
As of now, Turkish police is searching for the terrorists. Responsibility for the explosion has not been taken by any organization yet.
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