Report: Bomb explodes in Istanbul, no injuries

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November 25, 2005 12:47

A small bomb exploded outside a massage and acupuncture clinic in Istanbul, causing some damage but no injuries, a Turkish news agency reported Friday. The bomb detonated overnight outside the clinic in the low-income Zeytinburnu district, shattering windows and damaging gas pipes inside the building, the Anatolia agency said. The clinic was owned by a former military officer, but the motive for the attack was not immediately clear.



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