A youth is helped after being wounded in an explosion at a pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (DHP) rally in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey, Friday, June 5, 2015 ahead of the general election on June 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Emre Tazegul)
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Turkish police have determined that at least one of the lethal explosions at a Kurdish party rally this week was from TNT, and that both explosions involved "cell phone mechanisms," a government minister said Saturday.The HDP has accused Erdogan of making the party a target by constantly speaking against it in the campaign.Late in the campaign, Erdogan responded indignantly to opposition criticism of a tangible symbol of his drive to build up the presidency: the lavish 1,150-room presidential palace which he built as prime minister and now occupies as president.Erdogan moved into the vast structure after he was elected president in August. The former presidential palace was given to the prime minister.
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