In separate incidences, two police officers have been killed by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in southeastern Turkey.
PressTV reported that a security source, speaking on condition of anonymity, said PKK militants detonated a roadside bomb by remote control late on Monday as a military vehicle was traveling along a road in the Uludere district of Sirnak Province, situated some 1,000 kilometeres east of Ankara.
It was claimed that Yahya Akan, a policeman, was wounded and died in hospital.
In a separate attack, PKK militants conducted an offensive on Camlica Village in Adiyaman Province.
In this attack, a policeman named Yusuf Sonmez was wounded and also died later of his injuries.
These attacks come as the Turkish military the last few months have conducted strong ground operations and air strikes against PKK positions in southeastern Turkey and the autonomous Kurdistan region of Iraq.