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Turkish police seize suspected attacker of nightclub in Istanbul..

The Turkish police seized the gunman who killed 39 people in a nightclub in Istanbul on New Year's Day after hunting 2 weeks across the country, with the state media saying that he was captured together with four other suspects in a hiding place in the city .

The state news agency Anadolu said the alleged attacker, whom he and other media Abdulgadir Masharipov called, with a man of Kyrgyz origin and three women from Egypt, Senegal and Somalia in the Esenyurt district of Istanbul was arrested.

Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus, who is also the government spokesman, stated on social network Twitter."I congratulate our police who caught the perpetrator of the Ortakoy massacre." He also added,"Our war with terror and the powers behind it will continue to the end"

Dozens of people were previously in connection with the attack, the Islamic state is responsible, said revenge for Turkish military involvement in Syria.

On January 1, the attacker fired at Reina disco and then opened fire with an automatic rifle, loaded the pistol a half-dozen times and fired the wounded while lying on the ground.

Turks and visitors from several Arab countries, India and Canada were the ones who died in the attack.

The alleged Uzbek origin shooter was on Monday in a house in the European part of Istanbul, with his four-year-old son, 23 hours (2000 GMT), which took place in an apartment, the newspaper Hurriyet.

The Dogan news agency published a photo of the alleged offender with a blue eye, a cut over the eyebrow and blood spots on his face and a shirt. It aired video footage that undercover police officers wear a man showing a white shirt with a car waiting to wear.

The suspect was questioned in Istanbul at the police, while others were arrested in raids in the city to target the cells of the Islamic Uzbek state, Anadolu said.

The shooting in the Ortakoy neighborhood of Istanbul, a luxury neighborhood on the Bosporus coast, came after a year in which Turkey was a member of NATO, rocked by a series of Islamic and Kurdish militant attacks and failed coup.

A security source said after the attack, the gunman seemed to have been well versed in guerrillas and trained in Syria.


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