Turkish Revenge Brigades planned to blow up Turkish parliament

PanARMENIAN.Net - A package suspected of a bomb, which was left on Thursday at a gate of the Turkish Parliament, has been defused by an expert, reports Cihan News Agency. Security officials at the Turkish Grand National Assembly (TBMM) informed the police that a package was left at the Dikmen entrance of the parliament. Arriving at the scene, the bomb squad noticed that a clock was placed next to the package so that it looks like a bomb. A bomb expert defused the package through a detonator. Police found a memo on the lid of the package that read "Turkish Revenge Brigades", or TIT.
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