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Erdogan urges joint international anti-terror fight after Istanbul attack: Statement

AFP , Wednesday 29 Jun 2016
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday called for a "joint fight" against terror after a triple suicide attack at Istanbul's Ataturk airport killed at least 36 people.

"If states, as all humanity, fail to join forces and wage a joint fight against terrorist organisations, all the possibilities that we dread in our minds will come true one by one," Erdogan said in a statement.

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