This morning, at 8:00 local time, an explosion occurred near the police headquarters in the Turkish province of Diyarbakir, the AA agency reports.
According to preliminary data, about 30 people were injured in varying degrees of severity. Official information about the victims is absent yet.
The explosion was again caused by a vehicle loaded with explosives. The car exploded near the Police Department, which is an anti-terrorist unit of the Turkish Armed Forces.
At 9:30 am local time, spreading any information on this incident in the media was banned in the province.
Any terrorist organization has not yet claimed responsibility for the explosion.
The province of Diyarbakır is located on the border of Turkey and Syria. It is mostly populated by Kurds. The Kurdish militants systematically commit terrorist acts in Syrian cities close to the border.