U.S. Embassy In Turkey Attacked By Drive-By Shooting

The U.S. Embassy in Turkey was fired at by a drive-by shooting overnight. The embassy is located in Ankara, Turkey.

This happened on the U.S. Embassy building in Turkey’s capital round 5 a.m. their time.

Four or five shots were fired at the security gate. One of the bullets hit the bullet-proof  window. Suspects fled in a white sedan, reportedly.

The Turkish Erdogan government agreed to drop charges of terrorism against imprisoned U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson in exchange for the U.S. government dropping hte billions of dollars of fines that were levied against the Turkish bank Halkbank.

President Trump said no thanks to that deal.

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