Skip to comments.Report: Explosion in Turkey Kills Four, Injures 25
Posted on 06/25/2006 9:14:59 AM PDT by sageb1Edited on 06/25/2006 11:03:06 AM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
ISTANBUL, Turkey An explosion in the popular Turkish Mediterranean resort town of Antalya killed four people and injured about 25 others Sunday, a local official said.
A Norwegian and a Ukrainian tourist were among the dead, private NTV television said, but local governor Fikret Dayioglu would not verify that report.
The blast occurred at a restaurant near a waterfall in the tourist area of Manavgat, Dayioglu said.
3 dead so far....not sure of the source of the explosion.
IRA? Basque separatists? Greater Albanians? Shining Path?
"ISTANBUL (Reuters) - An explosion rocked a tourist area near the southern Turkish resort of Antalya and injured some people, state-run Anatolian news agency reported on Sunday."
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Shay's Rebellion? Boxers?
Could be Abolitionists..
Explosion in Turkish Mediterranean resort town kills three
ISTANBUL, Turkey Turkish state media says an explosion in a Turkish Mediterranean resort town has killed three people.
A T-V report says 25 have been injured.
It's not clear what caused the blast. It apparently happened in a part of the town popular with tourists.
Copyright 2006 Associated Press
Hmmm.....that's eerie. I was just in Harper's Ferry WV yesterday looking at the John Brown displays.
Probably an Amish cell acting as tourists.
Free Silverists? Mau Mau?
Yep That's gotta be it. I have to be away from the computer for a few. Please post anything new you hear on this. Back shortly.
Montana Militia Men? Medicinal Pot Smokers?
ELF? Miami Seven?
Nice area. I was thinking about Brown when I posted..
That would be my guess as well. Those sneaky Amish.
That's absolutely ridiculous. Everybody knows it's a rogue group of blue-eyed, flaxen-haired Lutherans.
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