Radiohead. Chris Pizzello / AP
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British rock group Radiohead Saturday condemned "violent intolerance" after extremists brutally attacked customers at an Istanbul record store attending an album release party, angered that the event coincided with Ramadan.A group of about 20 men accosted and beat up customers and employees at the Velvet IndieGround music store in the city's hip Tophane district Friday night for drinking alcohol while listening to music during the Muslim holy month.The Hurriyet newspaper said the music store's owner was a South Korean national who had been living in Turkey for many years.A protest will be held outside the store later Saturday.
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