Explosion hits military convoy in southeast Turkey, some wounded: Sources

Turkish police investigate the scene following a car bomb detonation in Ankara, Turkey.
Turkish police investigate the scene following a car bomb detonation in Ankara, Turkey. PHOTO: EPA

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (REUTERS) - An explosion hit a military convoy in southeast Turkey on Thursday (Feb 18), and some people were wounded, security sources said, a day after a car bomb attack in the Turkish capital of Ankara killed 28 people.

The sources said the explosion hit the convoy on the highway linking Diyarbakir, the largest city in the mainly Kurdish southeast, to the district of Lice.

At least 61 people were injured in the bomb attack in Ankara on Wednesday (Feb 17). A claim of responsibility for the bombing has not yet been made.

(This story is developing.)