Ten Brits hurt in Turkish holiday resort. BBC:
Ten Britons have been injured after three explosions hit a holiday resort in Turkey, the Foreign Office has said.
The blasts happened in the past few hours at the coastal resort of Marmaris. At least one appeared to be on a bus, witnesses said.
All ten injured Britons are in hospital with three in a serious condition.
Six people have also been injured in Istanbul after a bomb exploded late on Sunday night, the Anatolia news agency reported.
Update: Total up to 22 injured. ABC News:
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Kurdish separatists, leftists and Islamic militants have carried out bomb attacks in Turkey in the past. The tourist industry is a powerful motor of the Turkish economy.
The explosions come two days after two bombs exploded in the southern Turkish city of Adana, injuring four people.
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