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Syria Gives Turkey 22 Bombing Suspects

Syria handed over 22 suspects to Turkish authorities Sunday in connection with four recent suicide bombings in Istanbul, the semiofficial Anatolia news agency reported. The suspects, all Turks, reportedly fled the country after the attacks, which targeted two synagogues in near-simultaneous bombings Nov. 15 and the British consulate and a British bank five days later. A total of 61 people were killed. Citing a statement from paramilitary police, Anatolia said the suspects included Hilmi Tuglaoglu, believed to be close to a key suspect in the attacks, Azat Ekinci. Full Story

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