Explosions rock pro-Kurdish party offices in Turkey
In Turkey, two explosions at separate offices of a pro-Kurdish party have injured several people. The party’s predicted success at upcoming elections could have consequences for the ruling administration.
Simultaneous blasts hit two offices of Turkey’s pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) on Tuesday. The twin explosions in southern Turkish cities of Mersin and Seyhan, in the Adana province, wounded at least two, though an HDP official said six people were wounded at the scene of the Seyhan blast.
The Anadolu news agency said quoted Mersin’s police chief, Rahmi Bastug, as saying that the explosion in his city, the site of the first of the two blasts, occurred in the kitchen of the HDP offices. No one was injured there according to immediate reports.
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