Jul 21, 2015

The world in brief, July 21st 2015 | Espresso

A suspected suicide-bombing killed at least 30 people and injured dozens more in Suruc, a mainly Kurdish town in Turkey close to the Syrian border. The attack, thought to be the work of Islamic State, was aimed at a gathering of young socialists. Hundreds had been planning to cross the border to help rebuilding efforts in Kobane, a town just six miles away which withstood a long and bloody siege...

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