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At Least 50 Killed in Turkish Suicide Bombing

Islamist terrorists again attacked Turkey over the weekend. Israel Hayom reports that a suicide bomber attacked a wedding, killing at least 50 people and wounding dozens more:

At least 50 people were killed and 94 were wounded when a suspected suicide bomber targeted a wedding celebration in the Turkish city of Gaziantep on Saturday, adding to a surge in violence this week in the mainly Kurdish southeast.

Ambulances raced to the scene and video footage from broadcaster CNN Turk showed police and emergency services workers rushing through packed streets in the city...

Islamic State terrorists were believed to be behind the attack, Samil Tayyar, a member of parliament from the ruling party AKP said on Twitter, while Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek told broadcaster NTV the blast appeared to be the work of a suicide bomber.

"We wish God's mercy for those who have lost their lives in this cruel attack, and for the injured, a quick recovery," the Gaziantep provincial governor's office said in a statement, confirming the death toll...

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