Four killed in Turkey election campaign clash
Just days ahead of the June 24 vote, four people have been killed in southern Turkey after a ruling party campaign turned violent.
According to reports, the clashes erupted when a lawmaker from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling party was campaigning in the town of Suruc.
While the state-run Anadolu news agency blames Kurdish militant shopkeeper for the bloodshed, the opposition say the politician’s bodyguards opened fire after receiving a hostile reception.
Eight people have been wounded and 10 others arrested following the clash.