Turkey’s Diyarbakır Airport Hit By Rocket Attacks
Passengers at Diyarbakir Airport, in the southeast Turkish province have sought shelter in a terminal building after an apparent rocket attack. The airport is used for both military and civilian purposes.
Four rockets were fired by suspected Kurdish militants, Doğan news agency said. A police checkpoint outside the VIP lounge was hit.
The casualties are unknown at this time. But all the passengers and airport staff have been moved inside the terminal building.