Six killed in bomb blasts near police stations in Turkey
Aug.18, Ankara: At least six people have been killed and scores wounded in Turkey when two car bombs exploded in the eastern part of the country, officials said.
According to Turkish media, a large explosion rocked an area near a police station in the eastern Turkish town of Elazig and three police officers were killed. Video footage obtained by the private Dogan news agency showed a large plume of smoke rising from the area of the blast, the cause of which was not clear.
Mahmut Varol, the deputy mayor of Elazig, said vehicles in front of the building had been burned due to the detonation of a car bomb.
The Oslo Times International News Network