Bombing destroys police directorate in SE Turkey
Bombing destroys police directorate in SE Turkey

Bombing destroys police directorate in SE Turkey

Bombing destroys police directorate in SE Turkey

A bomb-laden vehicle made and delivered by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorists to the front of the Regional Traffic Control Station Directorate in the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakır. exploded,on Monday, August 15, killing three people. The attack, which occurred on the Diyarbakır-Batman highway, heavily damaged the Regional Directorate building. As many as two policemen and a civilian were martyred and a number of people were wounded from the force and destruction of the blast.<br>

Haber Merkezi 15:27 August 15, 2016 Yeni Şafak

Bombing destroys police directorate in SE Turkey

A bomb-laden vehicle made and delivered by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorists to the front of the Regional Traffic Control Station Directorate in the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakır. exploded,on Monday, August 15, killing three people. The attack, which occurred on the Diyarbakır-Batman highway, heavily damaged the Regional Directorate building. As many as two policemen and a civilian were martyred and a number of people were wounded from the force and destruction of the blast.
A bomb-laden vehicle made and delivered by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) terrorists to the front of the Regional Traffic Control Station Directorate in the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakır. exploded,on Monday, August 15, killing three people. The attack, which occurred on the Diyarbakır-Batman highway, heavily damaged the Regional Directorate building. As many as two policemen and a civilian were martyred and a number of people were wounded from the force and destruction of the blast.
Bombing destroys police directorate in SE Turkey
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