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Topic - Idris Naim Sahin
A 12-year-old girl became the ninth victim Tuesday of a bomb blast in Turkey's southeast, which has highlighted fears that Kurdish rebels seeking self-rule are becoming emboldened by moves toward autonomy by the Kurdish minority in war-torn Syria.
Turkey's security forces have killed as many as 115 Kurdish rebels during a major security offensive over the past two weeks, the country's interior minister said Sunday.
Tens of thousands of Turks, waving Azeri flags, rallied Sunday to mark the anniversary of a notorious attack that Azerbaijanis say killed hundreds of people during the six-year war with Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh, an ethnic Armenian enclave in Azerbaijan.
A female suicide bomber killed two people in Turkey's southeastern Kurdish region and wounded 12 others, authorities said.
A car bomb went off near a high school in the Turkish capital on Tuesday, igniting other vehicles and killing three people in a nearby building, authorities said. The blast also wounded 15 people.
A car bomb exploded near a high school in the Turkish capital on Tuesday, killing three people in a nearby building and wounding 34 others, authorities said.
"The fact that the PKK has not claimed the attack does not mean that it didn't do it," Mr. Sahin said during a visit to Gaziantep. "The attack has links within and outside of Turkey."
However, Turkish Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin said any disavowal by the rebel Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) was not credible, according to Turkey's NTV television.