ANKARA (A.A) - Turkey has strongly condemned deadly bomb attacks on two churches in the Nigerian capital that killed at least 25 people on Sunday.
Releasing a statement, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said the terror attacks "saddened Turkey deeply and Turkish people shared the sufferings of the Nigerian people and government of the friendly country."
A bomb explosion hit Sunday a Catholic church during Christmas Mass near capital Abuja, killing at least 25 people. A radical Muslim sect claimed the attack and another bombing in the province of Jos.
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