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World - Turkey car bomb kills two police, wounds 22 near Syria border


A car bomb on Sunday hit the Turkish city of Gaziantep, a major refugee hub near the Syrian border, killing at least two policemen and wounding 22 other people, with the country on edge after a succession of militant attacks. In a separate attack in the province of Mardin to the east, three Turkish soldiers died in an ambush by Kurdish militants who have killed hundreds of members of the security forces in a renewed insurgency since last year. The office of Gaziantep regional governor Ali Yerlikaya said in a statement that one policeman was killed in the initial blast and 23 wounded, including 19 police.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  12:01

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World - Police officers killed, dozens wounded in attacks near Turkey`s southeast border


By Seyhmus Cakan and Humeyra Pamuk ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Two police officers were killed and 23 people wounded in a car bomb attack on police headquarters in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep, the provincial governor and police sources said, in one of two attacks on security forces on Sunday. A bomb-laden vehicle was detonated outside the gates of police headquarters on a street housing several other provincial government buildings whose windows were shattered. Nineteen police officers and four civilians were wounded in the attack, a statement from Gaziantep governor Ali Yerlikaya`s office said.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  12:01

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World - At least one killed in bomb attack in Turkey`s Gaziantep


A bomb exploded Sunday outside police headquarters in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep close to the Syrian border, killing one policeman and wounding 13 other people, the local governor said. Gaziantep regional governor Ali Yerlikaya was quoted by Turkish media as saying nine of those wounded were police. NTV television said the explosion was caused by a car bomb and had been followed by sounds of gunfire.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  08:59

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World - Turkey car bomb blast kills policeman near Syria border


A car bomb Sunday hit the Turkish city of Gaziantep, a major refugee hub near the Syrian border, killing at least one policeman and wounding 13 people, with the country on edge after a succession of militant attacks. In a separate attack in the province of Mardin to the east, three Turkish soldiers died in an ambush by Kurdish militants who have killed hundreds of members of the security forces in a renewed insurgency since last year. Gaziantep regional governor Ali Yerlikaya said in a statement quoted by the state-run Anatolia news agency that nine of those wounded in the attack in the city were police and the explosion was caused by a car bomb.


Sunday, May 01, 2016  11:07

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World - Nine killed in Somalia mosque collapse


Over 100 people were helping pour a concrete foundation to the mosque in Garasballey district close to the capital Mogadishu on Friday when the structure suddenly collapsed, leaving several trapped under the debris. Sheikh Mohamed Hashi, imam of the mosque, said around 30 people were injured. `Nine bodies were recovered under the collapsed building, some of them have had suffocated to death, others were hit by the falling concrete walls,` said witness Ali Muhidin.


Saturday, April 30, 2016  15:57

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World - U.S. strike on Afghan hospital in 2015 not a war crime: Pentagon


By Idrees Ali WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A deadly U.S. air strike in Afghanistan last year that destroyed a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders did not amount to a war crime but was caused by human error, equipment failure and other factors, a U.S. military report released on Friday concluded. Forty-two people were killed and 37 were wounded during an Oct. 3 strike that destroyed the hospital run by the international medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), known as Doctors Without Borders in English. An initial U.S. investigation in November found that U.S. forces had meant to target a different building in the city of Kunduz and were led off-track by a technical error in their aircraft`s mapping system.


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