ANKARA, Turkey – A hard-line Kurdish militant group claimed responsibility Tuesday for a bomb attack that killed three people in the Mediterranean resort city of Antalya.
The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons claimed responsibility on its web site for Monday's attack.
The group had earlier said it carried out a bus bombing that injured 10 Britons and 11 Turks in the Mediterranean resort town of Marmaris on Sunday.
"We have promised to turn ... Turkey into hell. Our principle is more actions, bigger blows," the group said. "The fear of death will reign everywhere in Turkey."