Turkish police arrest 400 suspected Islamic State members

Turkish police have arrested around 400 suspected members of Islamic State.

The suspects were arrested in a series of raids across the country.

About 150 of them were detained near the border with Syria, and 60 in the capital Ankara.

Turkish news agencies are reporting a number of those arrested are suspected of planning attacks.


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