Turkey blast
At least five people were reportedly killed and 36 others injured in a car bomb attack in Cinar district of Turkey's Diyarbakir province. Representational Image: A man stands in front of a building, which was damaged during the security operations and clashes between Turkish security forces and Kurdish militants in the Kurdish-dominated southeastern Diyarbakir province, Turkey, on 15 November, 2015.Reuters

At least five people were reportedly killed and 36 others injured in a car bomb blast in Cinar district of Turkey's Diyarbakir province, .

A woman and child are also among the deceased, BBC reported.

The car bomb reportedly exploded at the entrance of a police complex. The nearby buildings also suffered damages, according to AFP.

Several women and children are among the injured victims.

The attackers then launched rockets and opened fire at the police complex using long-range gunfire. 

Turkish officials suspect that militant organisation Kurdistan Worker's Party may have carried out the attack. However, no group has claimed responsibility yet.

Meanwhile, at least 14 people people were killed and several others injured in a blast near a government-run polio centre in Quetta's Satellite Town in Pakistan's Balochistan province, Dawn had reported.