At least five people were killed and over 30 were injured in an attack on police headquarters in Turkey’s southeastern Diyarbakir Province, local media report.
The car bomb detonated at the entrance to the police headquarters in Turkey’s Cinar district led to a fire. BBC said citing local media that five people, including a woman and a baby, were killed and at least 36 others were wounded as a result.
Earlier, RT reported citing local media that between 6 and 31 people, including police officers, could have been killed in the attack, although there has been no official confirmation of a death toll.
According to RT, PKK has also carried out attacks at six other locations in Turkey (Bismil, Cizre, Mardin, Silopi, Sirnak, and Van).
The PKK group, outlawed in Turkey, has been struggling for independence of Kurdish-dominated regions in the southeast. Kurdish rebels seek to create a sovereign state in territories belonging to Turkey, Iraq and Syria.