Turkey Car Bomb Attack Kills 2 People In Southeast Part, Hospitalizes 11

Istanbul: a car bomb took place in the southeast fraction of the country that reportedly killed two people, though police have taken in custody 26 people, reported Turkish officials.


However, on 17 February, terrorists targeted a location near the lodgings of judges and prosecutors in the mainly Kurdish town of Viransehir in Sanliurfa province that borders Syria, while heavy explosive were used in this car bomb, ruined a number of vehicles and heavily damaged building.

Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, addressed a news conference at the town’s courthouse Saturday, described that a 27-year-old area guard and the 11-year-old son of a court clerk have killed in latest car bombing.

Soylu also added saying the attack wounded over ten people who were taken to nearest medical center including the public prosecutor’s wife, even two of the injured are in critical condition.

Nonetheless, police have detained not only suspects in southeast part car bombing even killed the owner of vehicle that was loaded with heavy explosives and parked close to the government building, mentioned the governor’s office on 18 February.

Although, the banned Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK are behind the incident, revealed the governor Gungor Azim Tuna by talking to news reporters. The Vice President of United States, Mike Pence met with Binali Yildirim, Prime Minister of Turkey in Germany and expressed his sorrow for the car bombing.

Nonetheless, a series of vicious assaults since the summer of 2015 has targeted a number of locations in Turkey, was believed actions from Kurdish fighters and Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, over 550 people have reportedly been lost their lives in these bombings.

Most important, security personnel and state housings have been targeted by since end of a truce in 2015, Turkish administration along with its Western allies both believe action from a terrorist organization.

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