20 January 2018

8 terrorists surrender to Turkish security forces

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Eight terrorists from Iraq and Iran surrendered to security forces in southeastern Turkish border provinces Tuesday, according to the Turkish General Staff.

According to a statement Wednesday on the General Staff website, seven terrorists from Iraq surrendered in the southeastern Turkish border city of Hakkari, Semdinli and one terrorist from Iran surrendered in the southeastern town of Silopi, Sirnak after fleeing shelters of terrorist organizations.

In addition 851 migrants were intercepted by Turkish police Tuesday trying to illegally enter Turkey via its land borders, and 78 were apprehended trying to travel to Greek islands

Of the 852 migrants, one apiece was from Iraq and Iran, and the rest were Syrians.

2016.12.28 / 16:48
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