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Suspect arrested in cafe shooting

Police in Turkey have arrested a man after a restaurant shooting that killed a two-year-old British boy. Alistair Grimason, from East Kilbride, Lanarkshire, was hit by a stray bullet as he slept in his pram while a drunken argument broke out among men at the cafe where his family was dining in the resort of Foca. Yesterday Alistair’s father, David Grimason, 31, spoke of the family’s grief. “Our world has fallen apart,” he said. “We had so many plans. We don’t know what to do without Alistair.” Detectives in Foca, near the town of Izmir, had earlier issued a nationwide alert for 32-year-old Daimi Aslan, a car dealer named as the main suspect for the shooting, which also left one man dead and two others in hospital. Full Story

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