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Dutch Police Detain Man for Attack Attempt on Turkish Consulate in Amsterdam

2018/08/12 | 15:45

(Iraq Now News)- Dutch police have arrested a person who attempted an attack on the Turkish consulate in Amsterdam, the council general said Sunday.

Turkish Council General Tolga Orkun said that an individual threw three Molotov cocktails at the Turkish consulate offices on Saturday night.

“The molotov cocktail was not broken and did not flame up.

Had it done so it would have caused serious damage," he said.

There were no casualties.

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