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bulance sirens breaking the night silence in Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday. First responders rushing to the scene of a suspected car bomb explosion outside of a soccer stadium, just hours after the end of the match.
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curity sources tell Reuters there are at least 13 deaths. Around 20 people are believed to have been wounded by the blast.
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The country's transport minister Ahmet Arslan, calling it a terrorist attack in a tweet. Another official, saying a nearby riot police bus was the likely target. Many of the officers were seriously wounded, according to a Reuters photographer on the scene. Eyewitnesses say they heard two blasts. One describing the scene as quote, hell.
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The flames went all the way up to the sky. The streets around the stadium were quickly sealed off. Bombings are familiar to Turkish citizens as of late. There's been a series of bombings, some blamed on Islamic state militants, and others claimed by Kurdish separatists, and far left militant groups.
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rlier this year, opposers of President Tayyip Erdoğan tried to stage a
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