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Thirty-eight suspects of different nationalities, who were suspected of wanting to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), were detained by police in Turkeyand’s southern province of Adana on Monday.
The Dogan news agency reported that the police launched an operation after learning that several foreigners were residing in a house in Adana. Police detained 14 Azerbaijanis, seven Indonesians, five Iraqis, five Kyrgyz, two Tajiks, three Iranians, two Afghans and two Turks who were reportedly helping them.
The foreigners, among whom are children, will reportedly be deported after legal procedures have been carried out.
Turkey has stepped up its operations against ISIL ahead of the G-20 summit, during which it will be hosting many world leaders. Twenty people suspected of having links to the militant group were detained on Nov. 6 in the southern city of Antalya, which will host the summit. Also, 41 people at Istanbul Atatandurk Airport who were suspected of intending to join ISIL were detained after a tipoff from a fellow passenger on their flight from Morocco on Nov. 6.
h2 Court orders gag order for ISIL operation in Antalyah2 As world leaders gather for the G-20 meeting in the seaside city of Antalya, a recent police operation against members of ISIL has had a gag order placed on it by a court.
A Turkish court has ordered a media gag order on a police operation targeting ISIL members in Antalya citing the fact that previous operations being leaked to the media have jeopardized the operations.
The increase in operations against alleged ISIL members coming only days before the G-20 meetings raises questions as to why these operations were not conducted earlier.


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