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Turkey detains nearly 1000, including alleged Kurdish militants, following suicide bomb attack

  • Turkish police detained at least 67 people with alleged links to Kurdish militants and arrested an additional 928 people suspected of holding unlicensed firearms or being connected to firearms smuggling during a nationwide operation.
  • The detentions come after a suicide bomb attack in the Turkish capital, Ankara, carried out by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). The attack resulted in the deaths of two police officers and injuries to others.
  • The PKK, considered a terror organization by the United States and the European Union, has led a decades-long insurgency against the Turkish government, resulting in tens of thousands of deaths. The detentions and airstrikes on suspected PKK sites in northern Iraq reflect Turkey's ongoing efforts to combat the group.
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