A woman walks past a poster for Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's election campaign in Istanbul March 21, 2014. (REUTERS/Osman Orsal)
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Two Albanians and a man from Kosovo have been arrested for a suspected "terror" attack that claimed the lives of two soldiers and a policeman in southern Turkey, Interior Minister Efgan Ala said Friday.The three men were arrested after Thursday's attack, in which assailants opened fire on security forces carrying out a highway patrol near the town of Ulukisla, close to the Syrian border.Albania's interior ministry, however, denied that any of those arrested were Albanian citizens.
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