Seven killed in bomb car explosion at Western aid HQ for Syrian rebels in Turkey

Seven people were killed and 40 injured in a remote-controlled bomb-car explosion Monday in the Turkish town of Gaziantep Monday. DEBKAfile reports that the Free Syrian Army headquarters and its liaison center with the US and other Western intelligence agencies aiding its war against the Assad regime is situated in that town. Local police blame the Turkish Kurdish rebel PKK, while others sources suspect Syrian security agencies were behind the attack.
 

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