28 Turkish soldiers injured in pipeline attack
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) - An official says suspected Kurdish rebels blew up part of a natural gas pipeline in eastern Turkey as a military vehicle was passing by.
Twenty-eight soldiers were injured in the attack.
Mehmet Tekinarslan, the governor for Agri province, said late on Thursday's blast on a pipeline carrying natural gas from Iran was caused by a remote-controlled bomb.
Most of the soldiers suffered mild burns and none of them was in life-threatening condition.