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Two Russian tourists were injured in Monday’s explosion in the centre in the Mediterranean resort town of Antalya
Two Russian tourists were injured in Monday’s explosion in the centre in the Mediterranean resort town of Antalya, Russian consul-general in Turkey Sergei Alifanov told Itar-Tass on Monday. “Dmitry Maximov, 30, a resident of Khimki, near Moscow, has a fragmentation wound. Olga Perevezentseva, 26, a resident of Balashikha, near Moscow, got brain contusion,” he said. “They received necessary medical aid and were delivered to their hotels,” Alifanov said. The blast occurred in a busy shopping area between two mopeds parked in front of a municipal building. Earlier on Monday, Alifanov said the blast killed four and injured another 65. Antalya’s police spokesman Akif Aktug said there were three dead and 21 injured. The Dogan news agency put the death toll at 4 and injury toll at 71, while the NTV Channel reported 20 wounded and three dead. At present, the Turkish authorities are working to clarify the number of dead and injured. According to Dogan, the authorities are looking for two suspects. None of Turkey’s radical groups has claimed responsibility for Monday’ s blasts in Antalya yet.
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