Police on alert to find three ISIL militants in Turkey after new attacks

March 2016
Journal of Turkish Weekly;3/22/2016, p74
The article reports on the alert status of counter-terrorism and intelligence police officers in Turkey as three members of the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) are said to have been ordered to carry out attacks across the country.


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