A total of 12 security officials were wounded in a bomb attack by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the Nusaybin district of the southeastern province of Mardin on June 1.
Two police officers and 10 soldiers were wounded when PKK detonated a bomb they had hidden in Nusaybin, where a curfew has been in force since March 14.
The wounded security officials were taken to Nusaybin State Hospital, where the treatment of five officials, including one in critical condition, was continuing.
Seven security officials received ambulatory treatment.
Security operations in the district were ongoing.