Suspected Kurdish rebels kill 2, wound 4 in Turkey

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June 25, 2010 13:13

 
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Suspected Kurdish rebels have ambushed a military vehicle in southeast Turkey, killing two soldiers and a villager who was caught in the crossfire, Turkish news reports said Friday.

The troops were returning to base when the rebels opened fire on a road in Elazig province, the state-run Anatolia news agency reported.

A group of villagers traveling on a motorbike and sidecar were on the road at the time of the attack. Four people, two soldiers and two villagers, were wounded.

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