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-- in Turkey say a car bomb explosion at a police station near the Syrian border has just killed at least eight people and injured dozens more.
According to local media in this -- and the Turkish town.
A man ran away from a car parked near the police station minutes before that explosion.
Of course Turkey is a former Syrian ally that is now calling for the Syrian president Bashar Al Assad to step down.
Turkey -- Syrian rebel fighters on its soil not to mention tens of thousands of refugees who were Seeking Asylum from the civil war.
The concern from the very beginning has been that this conflict could spread to other countries and the question -- fox reports live this hour is.
Has that ago.
Steve Harrigan with the -- he streaming live from the Turkish city where the bombing happened and where he's been for weeks Steve.
-- the real question behind this explosion for many years who's behind it there's really two main possibilities on the one hand it could be Kurdish separatists they are known to plant bombs across Turkey there fighting.
What they say is their independence Turkish government considers them a terrorist organization.
On the other hand this could be spill over spillover from the war.
Inside Syria the Turkish government has been a clear opponent of the Asad regime.
Syria says that rebel fighters are being housed and supported from the Turkish side this explosion.
But killed eight wounded fifty to target was policemen they tried to kill as many policeman as possible.
Bystanders saw someone running from a car parked next to a bus explosion create a huge fire ball.
Right now the number of dead stands at eight wounded 50 it's 10 o'clock in the evening here those numbers are likely to go up throughout the night Shepperd back to you.
C is is this an area.
-- -- -- big one where Syrian rebels have been hanging out I mean does it make sense that this would be a target area or not so much.
We're about fifty miles from the Syrian border it's really the first major city inside Turkey so yes.
To gather money to gather recruits they would be coming to this city so it could be a target.
Of those who support the Asad regime.
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