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Turkish synagogue bombers named

Turkish investigators have identified the bodies of two men suspected of carrying out Saturday’s twin suicide attacks on Istanbul synagogues. Istanbul governor Muammer Guler said DNA tests had shown that both men were Turks, and named them as Mesut Cabuk, 29, and Gokhan Elaltuntas, 22. The car bombings killed 23 people and injured 300 others. Mr Guler said the attacks were similar to those carried out by the al-Qaeda network of Osama Bin Laden. Most of those killed in the blasts were Muslim Turks, who lived or worked near the synagogues, or were passing by when the bombs exploded. The six Jewish victims of the attack were buried at the Ashkenazi Jewish Cemetery in Istanbul on Tuesday. Full Story

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