There are no threats to the lives of the affected schoolchildren, the clinic staff reported. The most common wounds and injuries are cuts by shards of glass, rupture of eardrums.
Turkish newspaper Hurriyet writes that several homemade grenades that had been thrown around 8: 24 local time by an unknown person broke off in the school yard.
According to the reports of the chief of the district’s police, the incident is under investigation. Despite the fact that the investigation has just begun, Ankara has traditionally traditionally blamed the terrorist act on the Kurdistan Workers' Party, which in Turkey is recognized as a banned organization. At the same time, the PKK itself did not take responsibility for the explosion near the school in the province of Diyarbakir.