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FETO orchestrated the defeated coup of July 15, 2016 in Turkey, which left 250 people martyred and nearly 2,200 injured. Ankara also accuses FETO of being behind a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, particularly the military, police, and judiciary.
Daesh targeted Turkey in a string of attacks in the past three years. The last large-scale Daesh attack was in Istanbul on Jan. 1, 2017. A lone gunman killed 39 people at an Istanbul nightclub during New Year's Eve celebrations. In Ankara, Daesh suicide bombers killed 109 people attending a peace rally ...

Turkey will assign 4,000 policemen for the security of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian President Hasan Rouhani, who will be in Ankara ... routes linking the Esenboğa Airport to the presidential compound and to the hotels where Putin and Rouhani will stay to be under police control at all times.
Many drivers informed police that the wedding convoy was causing a traffic jam on the TEM highway. Upon a number of complaints, police officers waited for the convoy at toll booths on the Ankara route in the Mahmutbey district. The convoy was stopped and police officers evaluated the documents of the ...
The element, known as Californium, was found when a car was searched in the Ankara suburb of Pursaklar on Monday during an anti-smuggling operation. Police said the four were part of a criminal gang that intended to sell the rare material on the black market for more than $70 million. The Turkish press ...
At least 45 Daesh suspects were arrested in two provinces on Friday during counter-terror operations, according to police sources. In capital Ankara, 24 suspects were arrested following warrants issued by Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor's Office, said the sources who spoke on condition of anonymity due to ...

Women's rights groups in Turkey are announcing their protests and events to celebrate International Women's Day on Mar. 8, despite police interventions against women participating in Women's Day demonstrations last weekend. On Sunday, 15 protestors, mainly from the Ankara Women's Platform, were ...
Update: 14.20pm: Turkish police have detained four Islamic State suspects as part of an investigation into a possible attack on the US Embassy in Ankara, the country's state-run news agency has reported. The embassy was closed today over an unspecified security threat. The Anadolu Agency said police ...
A banner emblazoned with the Turkish flag hangs on a building across from the U.S. embassy, right, and reads: "No force can block our struggle against terrorism," in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, March 5, 2018. Turkish police detained four Islamic State suspects as part of an investigation into a possible attack ...
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Police on Monday detained 12 suspected Islamic State militants in the Turkish capital, Ankara, and were searching for eight others, state media reported, as the U.S. Embassy was closed due to an unspecified security threat. The Ankara chief prosecutor's office said in a statement ...

Turkish woman shouts at Turkish riot police as they try to detain her during a rally for Women's rights in Ankara. — AFP. Ankara — Turkish police on Sunday fired tear gas to break up a women's rights march in Ankara with some 15 protesters reportedly detained. The protesters, mainly from the Ankara ...
As demonstrators in Ankara started marching in the Cankaya municipality, officers reportedly told them that they were prohibited to hold a rally there. Police deployed tear gas against the protesters after they refused to disperse, AFP reported. Photos and videos on social media show police using force ...
Police on March 4 fired tear gas to break up a women's rights march in the capital Ankara, with some 15 protesters reportedly detained. The protesters, mainly from the Ankara Women's Platform, an NGO promoting women's rights, had gathered in the center of the city for the rally, called ahead of ...
Turkish police foiled a planned Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) attack on the U.S. Embassy in Ankara on March 5, detaining suspects in the capital Ankara and the Black Sea province of Samsun. The detentions came after the Ankara Governor's Office stated late on March 4 that extra security ...
A woman cries as her friends are detained by riot police during a Women's Day rally in Ankara, Turkey March 4, 2018. — Reuters picANKARA, March 5 — Turkish police yesterday fired tear gas to break up a women's rights march in Ankara with some 15 protesters reportedly detained. The protesters ...
The arrests came after the Ankara Public Prosecutor's Office issued arrest warrants for a total of 12 people. The police are searching for the remaining suspects, the sources added. The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey as well as the U.S. and EU. In its three-decade-plus terror campaign ...
“The demonstration is taking place near the Ankara Palace hotel, where the press conference of Tillerson and Cavusoglu will be held. “We have 150 people. We did not get the permission to hold a rally from the Ankara mayor's office. “The police used tear gas against us, but I cannot say that they are trying ...


 

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