ISTANBUL. – Turkish police prohibited to sell hunting weapons to tourists after the Libyan citizen attacked security employees at Topkapi, one of the most famous tourist centers in Istanbul on November 30.
The ban will be in power till the law undergoes proper amendments, Turkish police PR departments informs, CNNturk reports.
Libyan Samir Salem Ali Elmadhavri, 36, purchased a hunting weapon and tried to revenge for being cheated. He shot and injured two people. The terrorist was killed when special police forces arrived.
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