Suspected ISIS militant believed to have carried out Turkey bombing

By REUTERS
May 1, 2016 14:31

 
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GAZIANTEP, Turkey - Turkish police have raided the Gaziantep home of a suspected Islamic State militant believed to have carried out a car bomb attack on Sunday in the southeastern city and have detained his father, security sources said.

A DNA test is expected to determine whether the suspect is the perpetrator of the attack which killed two police officers and wounded 23 people including 19 police.

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