Car bomb hits police station in Turkey’s Mardin, three killed
Reports from media outlets said three people have been killed and several others were injured in a car bomb attack on a police station in the Turkish southeastern province of Mardin.
Hospital sources said more than 20 people, including police officers and civilians, were wounded in Wednesday’s attack in the town of Midyat, a region where government forces are battling Kurds.
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