Four dead, over ten injured in Turkey's Diyarbakır after blast
Four villagers were killed on Thursday after the bloody-minded PKK terrorists detonated an explosive on a road in the Kulp district of the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakır, the local governor's office said.
Four people died and more than 10 others were injured in southeast Turkey after explosives [installed by the PKK terrorists on the road] detonated during the passage of a vehicle, a local hospital source said on Thursday.
The blast occurred in the Kulp district of the southeastern Turkish province of Diyarbakır, the source said.
The attack, which took place around 1500 GMT in the Kulp district, targeted a vehicle and left 13 other villagers seriously wounded, the source added.
All the wounded were taken to the hospitals for treatment.
The hunt to find the culprits had begun without delay, the governor's office said in a statement.
The PKK, which has been waging a terror campaign against the Turkish state since 1984, is designated a terrorist organisation by Ankara and its Western allies U.S. and EU.
The PKK terror group has been responsible for the deaths of some 40,000 people, including women, children and infants.