Bulgaria arrests 5 in connection with Istanbul blast
21 November 2022 | 4:02 pm
Bulgarian prosecutors say the suspects are accused of providing assistance to people involved in the blast. The explosion killed six people and injured 80 on Istanbul's Istiklal Avenue on November 13.
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