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Dozens killed in nightclub attack – official

By Reuters
01 January 2017   |   3:39 am
At least 35 people are killed and dozens more wounded when an attacker opens fire on New Year's Eve revelers at a nightclub in Istanbul, Turkey, according to the local governor.

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