Family members mourn during a funeral ceremony for the victims of the Feb. 17 car bombing at Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara on Feb. 19, 2016. / AFP / ADEM ALTAN
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Turkish security forces Tuesday detained 10 people in a raid on a religious condolence gathering for the suicide bomber who killed 29 in last week's attack on a military bus convoy in Ankara.Those detained were attending a traditional condolence gathering for the dead bomber inside a mosque in the Ipekyolu district of the eastern mainly-Kurdish city of Van, the official Anatolia news agency reported.The militant group which claimed the attack, the Kurdish Freedom Falcons (TAK), had identified the bomber as a Turkish Kurd from Van named Abdulbaki Somer with the nom-de-guerre Zinar Raperin.
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