Two killed in Istanbul explosion
Thursday, August 4, 2005
Two were killed and at least four were injured in Thursday's explosion in Pendik, eastern Istanbul suburb, Turkey. Some media reported that the blast occurred in a trash bin, while others say that it occurred in a moving vehicle.
A 21-year-old woman and her mother died in the blast. It is still unknown who is responsible.
This was the last of a series of explosions in Turkey, and trash bins have already been used for bombing. A similar explosion happened in Antalya on Tuesday, when two smaller explosions wounded nine people.
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