ISTANBUL – Turkish authorities accused Kurdish militants of detonating a car bomb that wounded 48 people Monday in the eastern city of Van.
The state-run Anadolu news agency quoted a statement by the governor's office alleging that members affiliated with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party were responsible for Monday's blast at a police point in front of the ruling party municipal headquarters.
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