Today in History: April 11 2017 Turkey's first driverless metro

The first driverless metro turkiyenin
The first driverless metro turkiyenin

Today in History
April 11, 1917 With the attacks of rebellious Bedouins, 12 rails and 2 crossbars were destroyed on April 14, with the attack of the group consisting of 150 syllables and 50 infantrymen. On April 100, 16 people surrounded the Hasim San'a Station. On the same day, 800 people attacked Müderric Station. On April 500, a woodcut platoon was ambushed and caused heavy casualties.
Turkey's first driverless metro in April 11 2017 realized the time in Istanbul



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