Shots fired in front of CHP headquarters in Ankara

Turkish police detained 71 people on Tuesday in a raid against suspected militants of radical terrorist group the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Istanbul and other cities, the Dogan news agency reported.
The sweep comes one day after police launched a series of operations against ISIL groups, including a raid on more than a dozen houses in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir.
Seven militants were killed and 12 more were captured in that operation.
Turkish authorities have extended operations into suspected ISIL cells after a double suicide bombing in Ankara that killed at least 102 people and injured more than 500 on Oct. 10, the worst attack of its kind in Turkeyand’s modern history, was blamed on the militant group.
An official document of the Tunceli Police Department that was made public by Fox TV News on the night of Oct. 21 revealed that there was major negligence and an intelligence failure behind the Oct. 10 Ankara bombings.
Dated Sept. 17, 2015, the document warns all provincial police departments and National Intelligence Organization (MiT) branches across Turkey that the terrorist ISIL had decided to stage a large-scale attack in Turkey that would get worldwide attention and had trained a special team of militants at a camp in the eastern Syrian city of Deir al-Zor for this purpose.
The official document said that the planned attacks included suicide bombings by multiple suspects during demonstrations or large gatherings. Since then, the police have intensified efforts against potential ISIL members to prevent future attacks from taking place.