Turkish Police Detain 12 IS Suspects

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Turkish law enforcement officers on Friday detained a total of 12 people on suspicion of links to the Islamic State terrorist group in a counterterrorism raids in the southern country's Adana province, local media reported. reports according to the Daily Sabah newspaper, Adana police in cooperation with the Special Operations teams conducted a series of raids on Friday morning.

The detained people were brought to the police office, the news outlet added.

For months, Turkish authorities have been fighting against the IS responsible for a number of terrorist attacks both in the country and in other states, such as Syria.

2017.05.05 / 13:24
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