Explosion Hits Istanbuls Taksim Square Causing An Unknown Number Of Casualties
Blast In Istanbul: A bomb exploded in Taksim Square, the capital of Turkey, in Istanbul, in which six people were killed and a total of 53 people were injured. The explosion took place on Sunday (13 November) in the most crowded area of Istanbul when a large number of people were present there. Sunday’s attack in Istanbul was a terrorist attack. According to the Turkish government, the pattern of the attack and the investigation shows that this attack was a terrorist attack.
After the blast, ambulances, fire engines and police have reached the spot. Information regarding what caused the explosion is not yet available. According to reports, the area was evacuated after the blast.
#BREAKING: At least 11 people injured in explosion in Istanbul, Turkey pic.twitter.com/J7vVhVRtIF
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The explosion appears to be of low intensity in the video. According to local reports, the blast took place at 4:15 pm (Turkish time). This explosion in Turkey is not the first. Even before this in 2017 and 2015, Islamic State and some Kurdish groups had carried out blasts here.
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