A woman raises her arms and shouts as she stands on the site where twin car bombs exploded in Reyhanli on May 11, 2013. AFP / Anatolian News Agency / Cen GENCO
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Turkish intelligence has seized a man in Syria suspected of coordinating a 2013 bombing that killed 53 people in southern Turkey, a Turkish security official said Wednesday.At the time, Turkey accused a group loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad of carrying out the attacks.Nazik was captured in Syria's government-controlled city of Latakia by members of Turkey's National Intelligence Agency and repatriated to Turkey with the support of the Turkish armed forces, the security official said.
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