Turkish soldiers carried the national-flag-draped coffin of Sergeant First Class Feyyaz Ilhan, killed in Ankara’s explosion Wednesday, during his funeral Thursday in Bursa in northeastern Turkey. Turkey blamed Kurdish militant groups at home and in neighbouring Syria on Thursday for the deadly suicide bombing in Ankara and vowed strong retaliation for the attack, a development that threatens to further complicate the Syria conflict.
Turkish soldiers carried the national-flag-draped coffin of Sergeant First Class Feyyaz Ilhan, killed in Ankara’s explosion Wednesday, during his funeral Thursday in Bursa in northeastern Turkey. Turkey blamed Kurdish militant groups at home and in neighbouring Syria on Thursday for the deadly suicide bombing in Ankara and vowed strong retaliation for the attack, a development that threatens to further complicate the Syria conflict. The Associated Press
Turkish soldiers carried the national-flag-draped coffin of Sergeant First Class Feyyaz Ilhan, killed in Ankara’s explosion Wednesday, during his funeral Thursday in Bursa in northeastern Turkey. Turkey blamed Kurdish militant groups at home and in neighbouring Syria on Thursday for the deadly suicide bombing in Ankara and vowed strong retaliation for the attack, a development that threatens to further complicate the Syria conflict. The Associated Press

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