Suspect killed following rocket attack on Ankara police HQ

Family Survival Protocol - Microcosm News

Published time: September 20, 2013 20:35
Edited time: September 21, 2013 10:10

A view of Ankara from the Chankaya presidential complex.(RIA Novosti / Aleksandr Yurev)
A view of Ankara from the Chankaya presidential complex.(RIA Novosti / Aleksandr Yurev)

Turkish authorities shot and killed one suspect and wounded another after suspected militants launched a rocket attack on a police headquarters in the capital Ankara late on Friday.

Turkish police launched a large-scale overnight manhunt to track down the perpetrators of the attack after they fled on foot and exchanged fire with police.

They used a rocket launcher to strike two buildings and the grounds belonging to police in the in the Dikmen district of Ankara. A third rocket fired did not explode. No one was killed or injured in the attack.

Police immediately launched an operation to find those responsible for the explosions. They intercepted two suspects near the Middle East Technical University (ODTU) campus.

The suspect who was killed also took part in…

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Bed and Breakfast owners forced to sell hotel after harassment by gay activists


The Blaze reports.

Christian bed and breakfast owners who once famously refused service to a gay couple in the U.K. now claim that they’ve been forced to sell their hotel following a contentious legal battle andongoing harassment.

Hazelmary and Peter Bull insist that they have been the victims of vandalism, death threats and website attacks since the 2008 incident. As a result, in addition to the impending loss of the Chymorvah Hotel in Marazion, Cornwall, England, the couple has also grappled with intense anger from their ideological opponents.

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