PKK offshoot TAK claims responsibility for attack in Adana

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A firemen extinguish fire on cars after an explosion on November 24,2016 in Adana. Two people were killed and 16 wounded on November 24, 2016 in a car bomb explosion outside a local government building in the southern Turkish city of Adana, officials said. The bomb exploded in the car park of the governor's office for the Adana region, close to the vehicle entrance, the governorate said in a statement. / AFP PHOTO / IHLAS NEWS AGENCY / Turkey OUT

The Kurdistan Freedom Hawks (TAK), an offshoot of the terrorist Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), on Tuesday claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack in Adana last week that took the lives of two people while wounding 33.

TAK said on its website that the car bomb attack had targeted a government building in the southern city of Adana on November 24.

 

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