Turkey’s Mardin echoed with yet another bomb blast


DIYARBAKIR: Security officials claimed that a police station in southeastern Turkish province of Mardin was hit by a car bomb that killed at least eleven people and left dozens injured.


Sources claimed that the outside of the five-storey building was destroyed in the attack and other surrounded buildings were also damaged in the attack.


Security forces and Ambulances rushed towards the incident point.

There was no immediate claim for the attack.


Turkey is targeted in a series of similar attacks that were mostly claimed by PKK and ISIS.


Day before, a police bus targeted in a similar attack in Istanbul that killed at least 11 people which was not claimed by any one.