Three Russians arrested in Turkey on suspicion of aiding Istanbul bomber
The Russian consul in the Turkish city of Antalya said Wednesday morning that Turkish police have arrested three Russian citizens "connected to ISIS" who helped the terrorist carry out the suicide bombing at Istanbul's Sultanahmet Square on Tuesday. Ten people, mostly German tourists, were killed in the attack. The terrorist has been identified as a Syrian citizen born in 1988. The Turkish Police announced that it has arrested 60 people supected of involvement in the bombing.