Turkey bomb attack: 10 dead, including 7 children

September 13, 2006 09:12


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The death toll from a bombing in the Kurdish-majority southeastern city of Diyarbakir rose to 10 on Wednesday morning after three more people died of their injuries, the state-owned Anatolia news agency reported. The dead included seven children. Fourteen other people were wounded in the bombing, the agency reported. There has been no claim of responsibility, but authorities were investigating Wednesday whether it was detonated by remote control.

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