Blast hits Turkish ferry terminal

Four people hurt in an explosion near a ferry terminal on the outskirts of Istanbul.

    Last week, two bombs exploded in the Aegean coastal city of Izmir, killing one and wounding several others.
    Bombs are not infrequent in Turkey, where the authorities have blamed several groups, including Kurdish separatists, for attacks against civilians.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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