World Bulletin / News Desk
An explosion at a police station in a suburb of Turkey's biggest city Istanbul on Tuesday killed one person and wounded at least three others, the local Dogan news agency reported.
Television footage showed damage to the front doors of the police station in Sultangazi, a working class and largely residential district on the northern edge of central Istanbul.
The cause of the blast was not known but Turkish television stations said there were rumours a suicide bomber carried out the blast. There was no independent confirmation of this.
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