Turkey: Italian priest wounded in knife attack

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July 2, 2006 20:39

 
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A knife-wielding attacker injured an Italian priest Sunday in the Black Sea port of Samsun, the Anatolia news agency reported, in the third attack against a Catholic priest in Turkey in recent months. The priest, identified as Pierre Brunissen, was stuck with a knife in the hip and rushed to a hospital, the agency said.

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