Turkish police bus targeted by bomb attack in central Istanbul

By REUTERS
June 7, 2016 09:11

 
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ISTANBUL - A Turkish police bus was targeted in a bomb attack on Tuesday in the central Istanbul district of Vezneciler and some people were wounded, broadcaster CNN Turk reported.

It said ambulances rushed to the scene. The attacked occurred during the morning rush hour near the city's historic quarter, a major tourism draw.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Kurdish militants, Islamic State and radical leftists have all staged attacks in Turkey recently.

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