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TFF building targeted in armed attack, no casualties

21 May 2012, Monday / TODAYSZAMAN.COM
The Turkish Football Federation's (TFF) headquarter in Ankara was the target of an armed attack in the early hours of Monday.

Assailants fired seven shots at the TFF's headquarter in Ankara's Çankaya district. The second and third floors of the building, where mainly secretaries work, were hit in the attack. Ankara police are still searching for the perpetrators.

The TFF has recently been the target of harsh criticism for referring 16 Spor Toto Super League clubs to the disciplinary board regarding match-fixing allegations.

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