Seven soldiers were wounded Friday when two military vehicles struck mines believed set by Kurdish rebels in southeastern Turkey, authorities said.
Six soldiers were injured when their vehicle hit a mine near the town of Kulp in Diyarbakir province. Another soldier was wounded in a similar incident near the town of Beytussebap of Sirnak province, the AP reports.
More than 37,000 people have died in clashes between the military and autonomy-seeking rebels since 1984.
All fears about what the West was trying to make of Ukraine are confirmed, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.