World bulletin / News Desk
Popular Turkish folk singer Ibrahim Tatlises, who was critically wounded in an armed attack in Istanbul, is more positive but he is still in critical condition, doctors said on Tuesday.
Tatlises, who has millions of fans in Turkey, Greece and the Middle East, was shot in the head and might be partially paralyzed, doctors at Maslak Acibadem Hospital.
Unknown gunmen attacked the 58-year-old singer and his spokeswoman, Buket Cakici, early Monday as they left a television station in a vehicle.
Cakici is in stable condition following an operation on her neck.
The motive for the attack is under investigation.
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