Turkey issues red notice for suspects of attack on AK Party
Turkey's Interior Minister Muammer Guler has said an Interpol red bulletin had been issued for the suspects of the attacks on AK Party HQ in Ankara.
Guler said preliminary search order or red bulletin can be issued by ruling, for all criminals who went abroad.
He said it was a general practice among the countries who made agreements on the extradition of the criminals, adding that there was an international agency for that.
Within this context, Guler said an Interpol red bulletin was issued for the suspects of the attacks on AK Party HQ in Ankara.
Assailants hurled on April 19 two hand grenades at Turkey's Justice Ministry building, slightly wounding one woman, and in a separate attack within minutes apart, a LAW rocket was fired on the headquarters of the country's ruling AK Party in the Turkish capital city of Ankara. The outlawed left-wing terrorist group Revolutionary People's Liberation Party/Front, or DHKP/C, claimed the responsibility for the attacks.
Editing by Metin Semiz
Tuesday, April 16, 2013