Two big car bombs have hit police stations in separate cities in Turkey, killing six people and wounding at least 219 others.
The first strike targeted a police station in the eastern city of Van, killing one police officer and two civilians. Some 73 individuals were hurt.
The PKK, the Kurdish militant group was attributed by Turkish officials.
The PKK has carried a number of bombings targeting the cops in the mainly Kurdish south east last year since a ceasefire with the government broke down.
The force of the blast blew out nearby cars, uprooted trees and left a big crater outside the building.
At least eight people were killed in two assaults on police vehicles in Kiziltepe and nearby Diyarbakir last week.
Since last month’s failed coup in Turkey, there has been much talk of national unity.
But this hasn’t contained the pro-Kurdish political party which the Turkish authorities say supports reports the BBC’s Turkey correspondent Mark Lowen, the PKK. The pro-Kurdish HDP denies any connection to the militants.