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Islamic State claims Istanbul attack, gunman remains at large

By Reuters
02 January 2017   |   3:00 pm
Islamic State claimed responsibility on Monday (January 2) for a New Year's Day mass shooting in a packed Istanbul nightclub that killed 39 people, an attack carried out by a lone gunman who remains at large.

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