Turkish official: Initial findings show Kurdish militants behind Istanbul attack

By REUTERS
March 19, 2016 13:29

 
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ANKARA - Initial findings indicate that the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) or an affiliate carried out the suicide bombing in Istanbul that killed four people and wounded 20 on Saturday, a senior Turkish official said.

The attacker was deterred from an initial target by police and detonated the bomb "out of fear", the official said.

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