Oct 25, 2015

Erdogan accuses ISIS, Kurds and Syria intel for fatal Ankara bomb attack..anyone else? | Follow The Money

https://www.rt.com/news/319352-erdogan-isis-kurds-syria/ Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan say he believes Islamic State, Kurdish militants and Syrian intelligence could all have played a role in the suicide bombings in Ankara, which rocked the capital on October 10. Over 100 people died during the twin bombing and President Erdogan believes that a wide network of groups were behind…

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