4 killed, 68 wounded by car bomb in southeastern Turkey

A car bomb apparently targeting military personnel killed four people and wounded 68 others Thursday in the Kurdish-dominated southeastern city of Diyarbakir, officials said. A bus transporting military personnel was passing by a five-star hotel when the bomb exploded, the state-run Anatolia news agency said. Four people were killed and 68 wounded, according to the governor's office in Diyarbakir. Two of the dead were soldiers, the private Dogan news agency said. Several people could be seen lying unconscious amid burning cars, and a bus was engulfed in flames, reports said. Some students also were injured by flying glass, CNN-Turk television said.