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>> He's still at large but Turkish authorities reportedly now know who they're hunting. The country's foreign minister not naming the gunman who killed 39 people in a New Year shooting spree. But in an interview with State TV, he said they've identified the suspected culprit. A security source saying he may have been trained in Syria.
The attacker shot his way into an Istanbul nightclub on Sunday, opening fire on those inside with devastating consequences. Islamic State has claimed responsibility, calling it revenge for Turkey's involvement in Syria. Raids in the coastal city of has seen 20 expected Islamic State militants detained. They are thought to be of Central Asian and North African origin.
Fake passports and even night vision goggles were reportedly seized. Turkish media reports as many as 36 people have been arrested since the attack. On Wednesday President Erdogan said the shooting was an attempt to divide Turkey.