Eight people were injured on Tuesday in a car bombing in southeast Turkey blamed on outlawed Kurdish rebels, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported.
Two policemen and six civilians were wounded in the attack, which targeted a police vehicle in the Kurdish-majority province of Diyarbakir.
Anadolu said the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) was to blame for the attack, which damaged buildings in Dicle district.
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Hundreds of members of the Turkish security forces have been killed in PKK attacks since a truce between the government and the militants collapsed a year ago.
But the government has vowed no let-up in a relentless campaign to wipe the militants from urban centres of Kurdish-dominated southeastern Turkey.
Regarded as a terrorist group by Ankara and its Western allies, the PKK took up arms in 1984 demanding an independent state for Kurds in a conflict that has left more than 40,000 people dead.
Since then the group has narrowed its demands to greater autonomy and cultural rights.