Tuesday, September 12, 2006

7 reportedly killed in explosion in Turkey's Kurdish region

(CNN) -- Seven people were killed and 14 wounded Tuesday evening in an explosion in the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir, according to CNN Turk.

The cause of the explosion near a car park was not immediately known. Authorities are looking at the possibility it could have been a bomb left in a package, The Associated Press reported citing an official from the local governor's office said on customary condition of anonymity.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why all this hate against Turkey??

What did the Turks ever do to the Kurds?? or the Armenians?? or the Assyrians?? or tye Pontic Greeks???

Please tell me!!!!

Yaftaji

James Vincent said...

It is a disgusting attack and no one can ever sympathise with people who use such attacks for political gain. That children were among the dead puts it beyond words for me. The only way forward now is to embrace, and not push away, Turkey's Kurdish community.