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Seventeen suspects to appear in court over Istanbul airport bombing: reports

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 4 July 2016
Seventeen suspects were due to appear in a Turkish court on Monday, state media said, in connection with last week's suicide bombing attack on Istanbul's main airport that killed 45 people and wounded hundreds
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A Turkish newspaper said on Wednesday, Turkish authorities are seeking two suspected Islamic State militants thought to be linked to last week's Istanbul airport attack and believed to be in hiding near the border with Syria. Turkey has jailed a total 30 suspects pending trial over the triple suicide...

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