A car bomb targeting police special forces in southeastern Turkey killed four officers and wounded at least 14 other people, state news agencies report, in the latest attack to rock the region near the Syrian border.
The bomb exploded near a bus terminal in the city of Diyarbakır, less than 100 miles north of Syria. Civilians were among the wounded, security sources told Reuters.
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