BOMBER ARRESTED IN TURKEY PLANNED TO BLAST BAKU-CEYHAN OIL PIPELINE
24.05.2007 16:29 GMT+04:00
/PanARMENIAN.Net/ A female bomber who was arrested in Turkish town of
Adana was planning to blow up the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline,
Turkish media reports citing their sources in special services.
The terrorist, who is a member of outlawed Workers’ Party of Kurdistan
(PKK) was detained on May 23 together with her associate. A-4 type 11.3
kilogram of plastic explosives, two grenades and 12 fuses were found in
her arsenal, Governor of southern Adana province Ilhan Atish informed.
A similar explosive was used during the blast near the entrance of
a trade center in Ankara on Tuesday.
According to official information, in the result of the Ankara
explosion 6 people were killed and 121 wounded. 29-year-old Guven
Akkus committed the terror attack. Turkish authorities think PKK has
organized the attack, however the Workers’ Party of Kurdistan has
spread a statement, rejecting its participation in the attack.