One suspect remanded over Kayseri terrorist attack

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A university student is held in connection with the car used in Saturday's deadly attack that martyred 14 soldiers. informs, prosecutors said Tuesday one person is now in custody in connection with the car used in Saturday’s deadly terrorist attack in central Turkey’s Kayseri province.

The car bomb attack targeted a bus carrying off-duty soldiers, martyring at least 14 soldiers and wounding 55 others.

The son of the car’s license holder was identified as a student at Mehmet Akif Ersoy University (MAEU) in the southwestern city of Burdur, and he was detained with three other students, all known supporters of the PKK terrorist organization, said a statement by Burdur Public Prosecutor Sadi Dogan.

One of the suspects was remanded in custody for propagandizing for a terrorist organization, while the others were released on judicial control, said Dogan.

Separately, Dogan also said that a soldier was also detained for allegedly spreading propaganda for the terrorist PKK in Burdur.

2016.12.20 / 20:44
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