ISIS suspected as car bomb kills two police and injures 18 in Turkey

Two police officers have been killed and 18 people wounded in a car bomb attack in the city of Gaziantep, in south-east Turkey.

Turkish media reported on Sunday that police had identified at least one of the attackers as Ismail Günes, who is said to have been an Isis member. His father, Süleyman Günes, has been detained for questioning.

The daily Hürriyet newspaper reported that the attackers first opened fire on the police from a car before a second vehicle carrying explosives was detonated in front of the police headquarters building. One of the cars is said to have escaped, and security forces have begun a search for the vehicle involved in the attack.