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18 April 2014, Friday
 
 
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The Turkish interior minister has stated that four suspects have been detained in connection with a suicide car bomb attack in the central province of Kayseri that killed one policeman.">

Four suspects detained in connection with blast in Kayseri

27 May 2012, Sunday /TODAYSZAMAN.COM
The Turkish interior minister has stated that four suspects have been detained in connection with a suicide car bomb attack in the central province of Kayseri that killed one policeman.

Interior Minister İdris Naim Şahin visited the injured and said they were in good condition. He added: “We have seized four people. Their foreign links have been revealed.”

A car bomb exploded near a police station in Pınarbaşı, Kayseri, on Friday. One policeman was killed in a clash, in addition to the two assailants who were driving the car.

Seventeen others were wounded in the explosion. Eleven of the injured were discharged from hospital on Saturday.

The terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) claimed responsibility on Saturday for the deadly suicide car bomb attack.

 
 
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