AT least 50 people have been injured following reports of a bomb blast at a hospital in Turkey.
There are reports of a “powerful” explosion which ripped through a state hospital in Mardin, southern Turkey.
Some 50 people are said to have been injured, with initial reports claiming three people have died.
Unconfirmed reports suggest the blast was caused by a car bomb, aimed at security forces stationed near the hospital.
Turkish security officials believe the device hit a police vehicle, wounding at least 10 police officers.
The sources claim the attack was carried out by Kurdish militants.
Photos from the scene show scores of people in the street, which is covered in debris.
Smoke can be seen rising from buildings in the background.
The hospital is in southern Turkey
Initial reports suggest it was a car bomb