Seven people have been killed in an explosion at a factory in Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey.
Another 13 were injured in the blast, suspected to have been caused by a gas leak.
Some of those who died had been standing near a galvanising vat and were killed when the explosion blew hot zinc into the air.
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