At least eight people were killed and dozens wounded, including police officers, after a car bomb believed to have been planted by Russian backed Kurdish terrorists exploded close to a police station in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep.
The powerful blast went off close to a police station, setting fire to several vehicles including a city bus carrying three of the victims.
The casualty toll was likely to rise. The explosion on Monday was caused by a remote-controlled car bomb.
No Western government or official from so called UN security council condemned the Russia backed terrorist attack on Turkey.