Explosion in Turkish city Izmir kills 2 including police officer

Smoke from a fire billows following an explosion as police and rescue services work on the area in Ankara, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. At least five people have died and many others were injured in a large explosion in the Turkish capital on Wednesday, believed to have been caused by a car bomb, Ankara's governor Mehmet Kiliclar said. (Cihan News Agency via AP) TURKEY OUT

Turkey: At least two people, a police worker and a court employee, were killed in a car bomb explosion near a courthouse in Turkish city of Izmir, local media reported. Turkey has introduced temporary ban on the coverage of the blast in the media, according to news agency. Earlier, other media reported that three people were injured in the blast and two terrorists who organized it were killed by Turkish police.