ANKARA, -- Six people were killed and 54 others wounded in two separate blast in southeastern Turkey on Wednesday, media reports said.
A car bomb exploded as a police patrol vehicle was passing in Kiziltepe, governorate of Mardin, killing two people and injuring 50 others, CNN Turk said.
Meanwhile, a blast targeting a police vehicle in Sur, Diyarbakir, left four people killed and four security members wounded, according to Doughan news agency.
Earlier, nine soldiers were killed in two attacks carried out by the Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK) in the city of Sirnak, close to the borders with Iraq.
Source: Name News Network