Ten people hurt in explosion in west Turkey
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Ten people were hurt in an explosion
in a western Turkish resort town on Sunday, but it was not
immediately clear what caused the blast, news reports said.
The explosion occurred in Cesme, a popular resort area on
the Aegean Sea, the state-run Anatolian news agency said.
Bomb experts were investigating at the scene of the blast,
which occurred in a waste bin near a bank in central Cesme, the
agency said. Police have sealed off the area.
Ten people were being treated for their injuries at a local
hospital, private news channel NTV said.
A Kurdish separatist group claimed responsibility in April
for a bombing in Kusadasi, another Aegean Sea resort center.
Islamic militants, far-left militants and Kurdish rebels
have all been behind bomb attacks in Turkey in the past.