Car bomb attack in southern city kills 2 and wounds 33
A car bomb attack Thursday targeting a government building in the southern Turkish city of Adana killed at least two people and wounded 33 others, a senior cabinet official said.
Energy Minister Berat Albayrak condemned the attack during a news conference in Adana, promising to “bury ... those who commit terrorism, their pawns and their supporters.”
The attack was the latest in a string of deadly bombings that have rocked Turkey for more than a year. The attacks have been carried out by Kurdish militants or the Islamic State group.
Adana governor Mahmut Demirtas told the state-run Anadolu Agency that the attack occurred in a parking lot near the entrance to his office.
He said it was believed to have been carried out by a woman, without saying whether it was a suicide attack.