Van, Turkey (6:40 A.M.) – A massive explosion was reported at the Turkish police station in the Van Province this morning, according to local authorities.

The explosion was a result of a car bomb that was planted just outside the Turkish police’s headquarters in this southeastern province.

The Turkish authorities claim 3 people were killed and another 71 were injured as a result of this car bombing on Thursday morning.

No group has claimed responsibility for this terrorist attack.

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Francisco Trujillo
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Francisco Trujillo

Can anyone say “PKK”?

Jonathan Richer
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Jonathan Richer

With all the militants they let in, it could be anyone