At least two people were killed on Friday in a car explosion in Turkey’s southern Reyhanli district, near the Syrian border, Media reports said.
On the other hand, a Turkish security source told “Sputnik” that three “Syrian” people were killed and three others injured when a car exploded n Turkey’s southern Reyhanli district.
“The cause of the blast is not yet known,” the security source added.
Several ambulances and police vehicles rushed to the scene.
In 2013, two car bomb attacks killed 52 people, including Syrian refugees in Reyhanli. Turkey blamed Syria’s intelligence agency for the attack.