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Turkish police arrests 4 people linked with Ankara bombing

The area after the explosion of a car bomb in central Ankara. File photo.
The area after the explosion of a car bomb in central Ankara. File photo.

(IraqiNews.com) The Turkish police arrested four people in connection with the bombings that hit the Turkish capital yesterday, and killed at least 37 people.

Turkish security officials said in a press statement received by IraqiNews.com, “The police arrested four people in Şanlıurfa City southeast of Turkey in connection with the vehicle used in the bombing that hit the capital Ankara on Sunday,” indicating that, “The arrested will be transferred to Ankara.”

The Turkish officials also pointed out, “Evidence had been obtained suggesting that one of the bombers was a woman who joined Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in 2013,” adding that, “She was born in 1992 in the eastern Turkish city of Kars.”



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