Istanbul bomb blast injures at least 10 people

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March 31, 2006 17:50

 
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A bomb hidden in a garbage can exploded near a bus stop in Istanbul Friday, injuring some 10 people, police said. The blast took place in the Kocamustafapasa district of Istanbul, said a police official, speaking on condition of anonymity. The official said police suspect that autonomy-seeking Kurdish rebels may have been behind the attack.

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