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Car Bomb in Turkish Town Kills 3-Year-Old, Wounds 15 People

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ANKARA, Turkey—A car bomb attack targeted government lodgings in southeastern Turkey on Friday, killing a 3-year-old child and wounding 15 other people, an official said...




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