Three people were killed April 18 in an attack on a Turkish publishing house which prints Bibles and Christian literature, according to media reports. CNN Turk television said the victims’ throats were cut and that police had detained six people in connection with the slayings at the Zirve publishing house in Malatya. TV images showed casualties being carried out of the building and one man being restrained by police. Nationalists had previously held a protest outside the publishing house, accusing it of proselytising, the Dogan news agency reported. (AlJazeera, April 18)
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