DIYARBAKIR — A road side bomb hit a Turkish military convoy in Diyarbakir, a Kurdish province in southeastern Turkey, on Tuesday.
According to Anadolu Agency, a Turkish military vehicle was hit by a road side bomb on Diyarbakır-Bismil highway on Tuesday.
The Turkish state-run agency blames Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) for detonating the explosives. However, no parties have yet claimed responsibility for the bombing.
Ambulances were sent to the scene to transfer the wounded soldiers to the hospital.
According to unofficial reports, one soldier has died in the explosion.