Report: Turkish leftist group claims responsibility for Istanbul attack

By REUTERS
March 3, 2016 15:34

 
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ISTANBUL - A leftist militant group on Thursday claimed responsibility for a gun and grenade attack on a Turkish police bus in Istanbul, in which two female militants were killed, according to a statement on a website close to the DHKP-C group.

"Greetings to you, our two brave female liberation fighters who have taken the people's liberation fight on their shoulders," the statement said.

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