Car bomb in eastern Turkey kills one civilian, wounds 2 soldiers

ANKARA - A car bomb exploded near a gendarmerie station in southeastern Turkish province of Mardin on Thursday, security sources said, killing one truck driver and wounding two officers.
The explosion took place outside the gendarmerie outpost near the Omerli district of Mardin province and was carried out by Kurdish militant group PKK, sources said.
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