Bomb kills 2, wounds 7 in southeast Turkey

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September 4, 2006 00:18

A remote-controlled bomb exploded in southeastern Turkey Sunday, killing two people and injuring seven others. The bomb was left at a tea garden in the town of Catak, in Van province which borders Iran, a police official said. Two people, including a police officer, died in the attack. Police suspect autonomy-seeking Kurdish rebels were behind the bombing, the police official said.


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