Turkey: Three killed in attack on Bible publisher

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April 18, 2007 14:26

 
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Attackers killed three people and injured another Wednesday at a publishing house that had been the subject of protests for distributing Bibles in Turkey, the local Dogan news agency reported. One person who had his throat cut inside the publishing house and another who jumped from the third floor to escape, were taken to local hospitals for treatment, Dogan said. Nationalists had previously protested outside the Zirve publishing house in the city of Malatya, accusing it of proselytizing, Dogan reported.

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