Explosion set off near Turkish police station 'wounds many,' second blast in as many days

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June 8, 2016 11:43

 
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A bomb attack carried near a police station in the southeastern Turkish province of Mardin, with security sources saying many were wounded in the blast, according to Sky News.

The explosion takes place one day after an explosion ripped through the a popular tourist area of Istanbul, killing 11 people. 

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