Assassination of Erkut Akbay
The assassination of Erkut Akbay refers to the murder of the Turkish administrative attache, Erkut Akbay, 40, in Lisbon, where the diplomat was serving, on 7 June, 1982. Akbay was assassinated near his home on the outskirts of the city as he returned home for lunch. He was killed instantly while sitting in his car. His wife, Nadide Akbay, 39, was also shot in the head as she sat beside him. Nadide was rushed to a hospital in a coma and underwent surgery. She died after eight months in coma on 11 January, 1983 in Ankara hospital.
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