Turkey is left reeling after reports indicate that Istanbul was rocked by two separate bomb blasts resulting in the deaths of at least 29 people.
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The BBC reported:
The Turkish government says Kurdish militants appear to be responsible for twin bomb attacks on police outside a stadium in Istanbul on Saturday.
Deputy PM Numan Kurtulmus said initial findings pointed towards the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), which has targeted security forces in the past.
At least 38 people died near Istanbul’s Vodafone Arena when attackers struck after a top-division football match.
A car bomb hit a police vehicle and a suicide bomber blew himself up nearby.
372 people killed, 1,837 injured in 17 bomb attacks in Turkey over past year pic.twitter.com/kjano8hzPj
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