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Car Bombs Target Police, Soldiers in Southeastern Turkey

  • Three security personell killed, more than 40 people injured
  • Bomb-laden vehicles used in attacks in Gaziantep, Dicle
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Two car bombs targeted security forces in southeastern Turkey on Sunday, killing two policemen and a soldier and leaving more than 40 people wounded in deepening violence along the Syria border.

The first bomb was detonated outside a police headquarters in Gaziantep after assailants opened fire from a speeding car, local media reported. Eighteen policemen and four civilians were wounded, authorities said.