ISTANBUL, July 10 – A bomb attack in a popular Turkish resort on Sunday wounded 20 people, including two foreign tourists, but it was not immediately clear who was behind the explosion, officials said.
«It’s been determined that (the explosion) was a bomb,» a police officer in the town of Cesme told Reuters by telephone.
The blast was caused by either a fragmentation bomb or a pipe bomb and occurred in a waste bin outside of a bank in central Cesme, a major tourist centre on the Aegean Sea, private news channel CNN Turk quoted officials as saying.
Two of the victims were foreign tourists, an official at the provincial governor’s office told Reuters, but he was unable to identify their nationalities.
At least one victim was seriously wounded, he said.(reuters)