Turkey’s foreign minister says Europe has failed “the solidarity test in the fight against terrorism” following last month’s car bomb attacks in Istanbul. Abdullah Gul said many of the prime suspects were still abroad, but intelligence was not always shared. He warned European leaders that if their countries were attacked “everyone will think twice before co-operating”. Speaking to the local NTV news channel, Mr Gul praised neighbours Syria and Iran for supporting the investigation. Syrian authorities handed over 22 suspects to Turkey on Sunday. Following two days of questioning, 20 of them were released while two remain in custody. Full Story
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