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Greek Police releases photos of Kurd terror suspects

The Greek Police on Thursday published the photographs of four Turkish nationals who are suspected of being members of the extreme-leftist terrorist organization Revolutionary Peopleís Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C).

They have been identified as (clockwise from top left) Murat Korkut, Huseyin Fevzi Tekin (believed to be the leader of DHKP-C), Bilgehan Ka Rpat and Petar Petrov, according to the Greek Police website.

The four suspects will face a magistrate on Friday after being arrested by counterterrorism officers who discovered a large cache of weapons at an apartment in the Athenian neighborhood of Gyzi earlier in the week at which all four were staying.

Forensics experts on Thursday said that none of the weapons has been used in a crime.

ekathimerini.com , Thursday February 13, 2014 (20:15)  
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