Turkey: Suspect detained on anti-religious attack

April 21, 2007 19:21


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Turkish police detained a woman in Istanbul Saturday, bring to 12 the number of people believed to be connected to the killing of three Christians at a publishing house in eastern Turkey. The three victims - one German and two Turkish men - were tied up and had their throats slit on Wednesday at a publishing house in the town of Malatya that nationalists had protested about because it distributed Bibles. The woman who was detained Saturday was the girlfriend of one of the 11 suspects already in custody, Malatya Gov. Halil Dasoz said.

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