Rocket attack on police house in Turkish capital (UPDATE)
details added (the first version was posted at 01:45)
A rocket attack on Friday caused damage to a police house in the Turkish capital of Ankara, with no casualties, reports say.
Minister of Interior Affairs, Muhammer Guler, has arrived at the scene in Dikmen neighborhood, accompanied by Head of Turkish National Police, Mehmet Kiliclar, and Chief of Ankara Police Department, Kadir Ay, Anadolu Agency reported.
Attackers are reported to have launched three rockets with only one of them hitting the apartment building, which is located in the vicinity of the headquarters of Turkish National Police.
One of the two suspects killed on Friday in the course of the operation, the second detained by police, RIA Novosti reported with reference to the Turkish TV channel NTV.