The country remains on high alert after multiple attacks on its soil have killed well over 200 people.
The explosion was caused by a bomb placed inside a car and was detonated as the police vehicle was passing by, Istanbul governor said.
Reports say there is a high risk of sexual abuse and sexually transmitted diseases at the refugee camp in Nizip, Turkey, where the accused had worked as a cleaner.
“The German parliament’s recognition of ‘distorted and groundless’ allegations as ‘genocide’ is a historic mistake,” said Deputy Prime Minister.
Erdogan said the forces included around 2,500 Syrian Arab fighters and only 450 members of the Kurdish YPG Militia.
The vote comes at an awkward time as Germany and the EU need Turkey to help stem a record influx of migrants even as tensions are rising between both sides over human rights issues.
The “Master’s Poem” — which was shared by the model while Erdogan was serving as prime minister — criticises the
Turkish strongman with verses adapted from the national anthem.
Cross-border fire from Syria has claimed 21 lives and wounded dozens of others in the border town of Kilis this year.
It wasn’t immediately clear if the dead included any of the PKK suspects or police officers.
EU has asked member states to grant visa-free travel to Turks in return for Ankara stopping migrants from reaching Europe, but said Turkey still had to change some legislation, including bringing its terrorism laws in line with EU standards.
Can Dundar and Erdem Gul, his Ankara bureau chief, are charged with revealing state secrets over a story accusing the
government of seeking to illicitly deliver arms bound for Syria.
Divisions between the Erdogan and Davutoglu camps first spilled into the open over the conflict with Kurdish militants in the southeast.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack. Unconfirmed reports say gunfire was heard after the blast, which shattered the windows of nearby buildings.
Three Turkish soldiers were killed and 14 others wounded in a car bomb attack on Sunday in front of police headquarters in Turkey’s southeastern city of Gaziantep
Broadcaster Haberturk TV said the blast hit near a bus station in the city, the largest in the mainly Kurdish southeast. Ambulances rushed to the scene, Haberturk said.