Reuters: Three killed, 40 wounded in car bomb near Turkish police station
Another terror attack in Turkey
Three people were killed and 40 were wounded when a car bomb exploded near a police station in Turkey's eastern province of Van near the Iranian border on Wednesday, state broadcaster TRT said, citing the local governor.
Police and ambulances were seen rushing in, according to another broadcaster, the privately owned Dogan news agency.
The station also serves as a police barracks, TRT said, citing a statement from the local governor. It was not immediately clear how many police and civilians were among the dead and wounded.
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