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43 killed, 100 injured in Turkey car bombings near Syria border

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HonestDictator Very sad... as this mess spills over into Turkey which was one of the safest Islamic countries in the world

Before it provided safe haven to islamic terrorists for attacks on Syria ....

If you join a drug traffic.....you life will change dramatically.....

BUT speaking about safety in Turkey - we all forgeting about Kurd problem ....

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-so far king

I agree. I have been following the unrest Syria for years that is now spilling over to others.

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Very sad... as this mess spills over into Turkey which was one of the safest Islamic countries in the world I can only see things going downhill from there.

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Globalwatcher. This is a tragedy and a huge aggavation to what was already a complete mess and you are thinking about track and field?

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hmm.. this may be an end of Olympic possible site in Istanbul? Japan may still be in Olympic bid game after all.

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Pozzy I really hope the bloodshed can stay in the countries that are being run by the jerks that crave it.

Sorry - as far as I understand - you are supporting bloodshed ?

in some countries ?

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I do hope Turkey is not dragged into this mess!

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Ankara has since become a rear base for the Syrian rebellion

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Twin car bombs killed at least 43 people and injured 100 Saturday in a Turkish town near the Syrian borde

Wise policy ... Good result . ...

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I agree with you, Hunter. I went from Egypt to Turkey and was amazed at just how different the two countries and cultures were even though they followed (for the most part) the same belief system. While Egyptian people were quite often rude and we encountered more than enough thieves and belligerent jerks to last a life-time, the people or Turkey were gratious, kind and always greeted everyone with a smile. I really hope the bloodshed can stay in the countries that are being run by the jerks that crave it.

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Sure would hate to see this escalate into Turkey. I lived there as a child and still very much like and admire the Turkish people. Even in 1961 it was a thriving, energetic, and magical place. Many cherished memories.

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