Explosion rocks central Istanbul (Syria Responsible)



ANKARA, November 13. /TASS/. The terror attack in Istanbul’s Istiklal Caddesi pedestrian street that killed at least six was committed by a woman, Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay said on Sunday.

“It was a woman who detonated the bomb. It indicates a terror attack. As a result, six people were killed. The number of those injured increased to 81. Two of them are in grave condition,” he said

An explosion occurred on Istanbul’s iconic Istiklal Avenue, a busy pedestrian street in the historic heart of the city, on Sunday. Multiple people were injured in the blast, according to local media reports.

The incident prompted a heavy security response, with police cordoning off the area and multiple ambulances have been reported at the scene.

Footage circulating online, apparently shot moments after the blast, shows multiple people lying motionless in the street amid debris, suggesting the explosion may have caused fatalities as well. So far, no official information on potential casualties has been made public.

Governor of Istanbul Ali Yerlikaya confirmed on Twitter that the explosion had caused deaths and injuries. He did not provide any exact figures, promising to share further information with the public later.

Female citizen of Syria linked to PKK committed terrorist attack in Turkey — police

ANKARA, November 14. /TASS/. The terrorist attack on the central street of Istanbul, Istiklal, was carried out by a female citizen of Syria, who had been sent from the Syrian city of Kobani. She is linked with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), banned in Turkey, the Istanbul Security Department, which is investigating the act of violence, has said.

The detained Syrian citizen, Ahlam Albashir, has confessed that she is a member of the PKK, the news release reads.

The woman testified that the order to carry out the attack was given by the PKK.

The news release notes that the terrorist was detained after the police studied video files from 1,200 CCTV cameras. The woman was detained in Istanbul’s Esenler district on Monday night. Police operations were also carried out at 21 addresses and 46 other suspects were detained, the release says.

As a result of the November 13 explosion on Istiklal Street in Istanbul, 6 were killed and more than 80 others injured. According to investigators, the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), banned in Turkey, and its Syrian branch (People’s Defense Units) were behind the attack.

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