At least two wounded in Istanbul cafe attack
A bomb exploded Saturday at an Istanbul cafe frequented by tourists, injuring at least two people, police said.
The blast at a cafe near the city's Galata bridge was caused by either a remote-controlled bomb or a bomb with a timer, police said.
A Dutch citizen and a Turk who worked at the cafe were injured, the <i>Anatolia</i> news agency reported. Police at the site earlier said that three people were injured, but a police official later said that only two people were injured.
Police suspected Kurdish rebels were behind the attack.