Five Afghan migrants found fatally stabbed in Turkish capital
Five Afghan migrants were found dead in a house on Thursday in a district of Turkish capital Ankara, where migrants had earlier been subjected to a large-scale attack by mobs.
The police entered the house upon information that the residents of the apartment in Altindag district could not be contacted by their relatives for some time, and found five corpses in the apartment.
The crime scene forensic team concluded that five migrants, the residents of the house, were stabbed to death.
The Governor of Ankara said that new findings in the investigation will be shared with the public.
The shops and cars of migrants were targeted by groups in mid August last year in Altindag district, after a Turkish citizen was killed in a fight, allegedly by two Syrian migrants.