22 Oct
Turkey Pipeline Attack Disrupts Gas Flow | Dow Jones Newswires via Fox Business
An attack on a military vehicle by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, wounded around 28 soldiers and damaged a pipeline in Turkey late Thursday, disrupting the flow of natural gas from Iran.
The blast took place in the Eleskirt town of the province at 23:25 local time Thursday, a spokesman for the governorship of the eastern province of Agri confirmed Friday in a telephone interview.
"The cause of the explosion was sabotage and the gas flow will probably resume in a week," said the spokesman, who declined to be identified.
FULL ARTICLE (Fox Business)
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Turkey Pipeline Attack Disrupts Gas Flow | Dow Jones Newswires via Fox Business

An attack on a military vehicle by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, or PKK, wounded around 28 soldiers and damaged a pipeline in Turkey late Thursday, disrupting the flow of natural gas from Iran.

The blast took place in the Eleskirt town of the province at 23:25 local time Thursday, a spokesman for the governorship of the eastern province of Agri confirmed Friday in a telephone interview.

"The cause of the explosion was sabotage and the gas flow will probably resume in a week," said the spokesman, who declined to be identified.

FULL ARTICLE (Fox Business)

Photo: openDemocracy/Flickr

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