Turkish police capture PKK militant suspected over Istanbul bombing

By REUTERS
October 7, 2016 07:53

 
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ISTANBUL - Turkish police have captured a Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militant whom they suspect carried out a "motorbike bomb" attack on Thursday that wounded 10 people near an Istanbul police station, the state-run Anadolu Agency said on Friday.

It said a total of six people had been detained in connection with the attack in the Yenibosna neighborhood, several kilometers from Istanbul Ataturk Airport, the country's largest airport.


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