Dutch police arrest Turkish terrorism suspect

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August 7, 2006 14:02

 
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Dutch border police said Monday they had arrested a man wanted in Turkey for suspected involvement in a deadly terrorist attack. Dutch police officials said the 37-year-old man was identified as the subject of an international arrest warrant during a routine traffic stop near Maastricht on Aug. 1. The man is suspected of carrying out an attack in which 15 people were killed, including a police officer, officials said.

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