Turkey: 5 arrested in Bible publisher attack case

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April 19, 2007 11:22

 
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Police on Thursday detained five more people in connection with an attack on a Christian publishing house that killed three employees, bringing the total number of suspects in detention to 10, a Turkish official said. On Wednesday, police detained four youths, aged 19-20, as well as a fifth who underwent surgery for head injuries after he apparently tried to escape by jumping from a window at the Zirve publishing house in the central city of Malatya. "There have been five more detentions," Malatya Gov. Halil Ibrahim Dasoz said. "The total number of suspects detained is 10."

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