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Dozens dead in Turkey car bombings blamed on Syria

Residents evacuate a wounded woman to hospital after car bombs exploded on May 11, 2013 near the town hall in Reyhanli, Turkey. Groups close to the regime in Syria were behind the twin car bombings in Turkey on Saturday which left at least 41 people dead Twin car bombs killed at least 43 people and wounded 100 Saturday in a Turkish town near the Syrian border, in an attack Ankara blamed on pro-Damascus groups. The bombings were the deadliest in Turkey, a key supporter of the Syrian opposition, since the conflict started more than two years ago.