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Turkish news agencies say four separate explosions in a coastal resort and in the country's commercial centre Istanbul have injured 22 people. British authorities say ten Britons were among those hurt in the popular tourist destination Marmaris. No group has claimed responsibility for the blasts.


According to the BBC, none of the injured suffered life threatening injuries.

CNN puts the injured toll at 27.

Update [29.08.2006]

A suspected member of a Kurdish separatist guerrilla group, planning a new attack in Turkey, was detained on Monday, state news agency Anatolian reported.

A bomb blast killed three people and wounded dozens in the coastal city Antalya on Monday in a second day of attacks on Turkish resorts apparently designed to scare off tourists and hit the economy.

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