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Knife attacker shot outside Israeli embassy in Turkey

Mid-Day Nawaz SharifNawaz SharifBan Ki-moonBan Ki-moon
Thursday, 22 September 2016 ()

*Ankara:* An attacker wielding a knife tried to storm the Israeli embassy in the Turkish capital Ankara yesterday, but was shot before reaching the building, Turkish reports and Israeli officials said.

It was reported that the attacker tried to enter the well-defended embassy, but was “neutralised” by being shot in the...
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