Kurdish militants deny responsibility for blast in Gaziantep
Members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) deny responsibility for the blast in Gaziantep that happened at a police office on Monday night, Reuters reports.
Over 60 people were injured in the blast.
The Turkish conflict with the Kurdistan Workers' Party has been ongoing for over 25 years. The PKK demands independence. The conflict has resulted in deaths of over 45,000 people. The UN and the European Union recognize the PKK as a terrorist organization.