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Three Russians Held In Turkey After Bomb Blast

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Three Russians suspected of having links to Islamic State have been held in Turkey, a day after a bomb blast in Istanbul.



Police in the Turkish Mediterranean city of Antalya have detained three Russian nationals in a raid on suspected Islamic State (IS) militants, according to reports.


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7 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Oh, the irony! 


MSM is sure, also, to point out that they're from Russia/"Russians" and not ISISes.  They're plenty of Islamists from Chechnya, some of whom have joined ISIS, but, noooo, they're "Russiaaaans"! ... that's the "important" part to mention.:yShVbSg:

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Now it goes off the deep end.

 'Secret actors' behind Istanbul attack, we're trying to reveal who used Daesh as a 'subcontractor'



Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu on Wednesday said that secret actors are behind the deadly suicide attack carried out by a Daesh terrorist in Istanbul, which left 10 people dead.

Davutoğlu held a press conference at Istanbul Governorate and underscored Turkey's determination to fight terrorism and find the perpetrators.

"Secret actors are behind Istanbul attack" Davutoğlu said and added that Turkish security forces are trying to reveal who used Daesh as a 'subcontractor.'

He accused the Assad regime of openly cooperating with the terrorist organization and said that Daesh militants were transferred to Northern Syria to fight moderate opposition with the help of Assad regime. He said that nobody should think about punishing the civilian population in Syria and the moderate opposition forces for the sake of assisting Daesh.

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