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>> The blast, so powerful it left a crater in the street. A child and two police dead from this car bombing outside a Turkish police station, at least 25 are wounded. Local authorities have blamed the attack on the Kurdistan Workers Party, a separatist group labeled a terrorist organization by the European Union and United States.
The countries southeast has been thrown into disarray after a ceasefire between the insurgents and government broke down a year ago.
d nowhere more volatile than here. The mainly Kurdish city of the Diyarbakir where the bombing occurred. Thousands of militants, government forces and civilians have been killed since.
The most intense fighting in decades, a steady stream of bombings, clashes and government raids. The separatists have been trying to gain autonomy from Ankara since 1984.