German minister: No evidence Istanbul attack aimed at Germans

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere says there is no indication the Istanbul suicide bombing targeted German nationals.

"Based on the current state of the investigation, there is no evidence the attack was directed specifically against Germans," he tells a press conference in Istanbul.

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