Roadside bomb wounds 4 in SE Turkey, security sources say

ISTANBUL - A roadside bomb, believed to have been planted by Kurdish militants, wounded four civilians in southeast Turkey on Sunday, security sources said.
The victims' car struck the bomb on the road between Sirnak and Cizre, a town close to Turkey's border with Iraq and Syria. Police also found a remote-controlled bomb on another road running north from Sirnak, and destroyed it with a controlled explosion.
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