Turkish police simultaneously stormed Friday several addresses to nab 12 suspects in Istanbul, Turkey’s economic, cultural and historic center.
Police stormed some addresses at dawn after the Public Prosecutor's Office in Istanbul issued arrest warrants for 12 suspects who were allegedly found to have links to ISIL organization.
The suspects were plotting attacks in Turkey’s largest city, security sources said.
Organizational documents and digital materials related to the group were also seized in the operation.
The suspects will be taken to court when their official procedures at the Police Department are completed. (ILKHA)
Turkish security forces have killed two PKK/YPG members in the zone of Operation Olive Branch region in northern Syria.
In a series of events off the coast of Muğla and İzmir, the Turkish Coast Guard demonstrated swift action, rescuing 73 irregular migrants who had been forcibly pushed back into Turkish territorial waters by Greek forces.
After a three-week break, the Turkish presidential cabinet will meet today in Ankara, with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan presiding over the meeting.
In a recent statement, the spokesperson for the Prophet's Lovers Foundation, Yahya Oğraş, emphasized the significance of commemorating the holy birth of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and the importance of remembering the Messenger of Allah (PBUH).