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While no-one has claimed today's car bombing in the Turkish town of Gaziantep, suspicion is focusing on the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which is designated a terrorist group by the European Union.
The Turkish government believes Syria has links to the PKK and may have armed it.
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has been a very vocal critic of the Syrian Army's crack down on he opposition and has welcomed almost 70,000 refugees fleeing the violence.
The attack came just two days after Turkey began handing out food and other humanitarian aid on the border to refugees
The car bomb that exploded in the Turkish town of Gaziantep has killed at least eight people according to the town's governor, Reuters reports.
At least seven people have been killed and dozens wounded in a bomb blast in South-East Turkey, security sources have confirmed to Reuters.
Turkish media are reporting that seven people have been killed in a bomb explosion in the South-Eastern city of Gaziantep, the Associated Press reports.
Several people including police officers were wounded after a car bomb exploded close to a police station in the South-Eastern Turkish city of Gaziantep on Monday, Turkey's Dogan news agency is reporting.
The explosion was caused by a remote-controlled car bomb, Dogan quoted Gaziantep's governor Erdal Ata as saying.
Turkish media is reporting that several people, including police officers, have been wounded in an explosion in the south-eastern city of Gaziantep, Reuters reports.