Baku, Azerbaijan, Aug. 11
By Rufiz Hafizoglu - Trend:
The US Consulate in Istanbul after an armed attack Aug.10, will resume its work on Aug. 11, the Turkish TV channel Kanal7 said August 11.
On Aug. 10, two unidentified people opened fire on the US consulate in Istanbul. A man and a woman opened fire and then fled, according to preliminary data.
Earlier it was reported that the attackers are members of the terrorist organization "Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front" (DHKP-C).
The DHKP-C is responsible for terrorist acts committed in May 2013 in the city of Reyhanli of Turkey's Hatay province, which killed 46 and injured 155.
The DHKP-C members have also carried out a terrorist attack at the US embassy in Ankara, killing a security guard of the embassy and injuring another person.
On March 31, the terrorist group's members took the attorney Selim Kiraz as a hostage in the Justice Palace in Istanbul.
Kiraz, who suffered five bullet wounds during a special operation to free him later died in hospital.
Edited by CN
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