Police station attacked in southeastern Turkey
Unknown individuals have attacked a police station in the province of Agri in southeastern Turkey.
No one has been injured as a result of the attack, but one building has been severely damaged, Trend reports.
A bus carrying police officers was blown up in Turkey’s Igdir province on September 8. 12 representatives of the security forces were killed as a result of the explosion. Following the explosion, Turkish armed forces started a large-scale operation against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).