Davutoglu’s youth official commits murder!

Davutoglu’s youth official commits murder!
Davutoglu’s youth official commits murder!
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A quarrel occurred between the youth official of the Future Party in Mugla and two families for an unknown reason in the southwest of the country.

And media outlets said that a quarrel occurred between “Adam K,” 29, and two families, for an unknown reason, on Sonichikuyu Street in Ismetpasha district.

She added that the fight took place at around 10:00 am, when an argument broke out between members of two families, enmity between them.

And she added that during the quarrel, Adam pulled out an unlicensed gun and shot, killing a young man, after which the victim’s older brother brought a knife and attacked the perpetrator’s father and brother, causing their injuries and taking them to the hospital.

She indicated that the Turkish police opened an investigation into the incident and are conducting searches for the perpetrator, who fled after the attack.

A young Turkish man set fire to his grandmother’s house in the security neighborhood of Murat Pasha district in the city of Antalya, southwestern Turkey.

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And the media said that the young man burned his wife’s house, which is located on the sixth floor of a seven-storey residential building in the security neighborhood in the Murad Pasha area.

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She added that the young man’s grandmother and aunt were in the house, and they were killed as a result of the fire that broke out in the house.

And she added that the young man burned the house after a quarrel occurred with a Turkish young man, his grandmother and his aunt, which prompted him to pour gasoline and set the house on fire.

She indicated that the firefighting medical teams that arrived at the scene of the fire immediately put out the fire and found the body of the grandmother and the aunt in the house.

The two bodies were taken to the hospital for examination, where the Turkish police arrested the perpetrator and transferred him to the investigation center to obtain his statement.

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