Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor's Office
The Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor's Office has launched a probe into social media posts that asked for foreign help with the hashtag "Help Turkey" amid the massive wildfires.
In a statement on Aug. 5, the prosecutor's office argued that the posts were trying to show the country as "incapable" and "attempted to create panic, fear and concern among the public."
Turkish security forces on July 1 detained a Syrian national who was preparing to carry out a terrorist act in an operation in the capital.
Police teams detained 10 Syrian nationals in two vehicles in Ankara and seized a mobile phone from one of the suspects that was ready to be connected to an explosive device.
The Ankara Chief Public Prosecutor's Office launched an investigation against Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) Deputy Dirayet Dilan Taşdemir on charges of being a member of an armed terrorist organization after Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu claimed that she visited northern Iraq's Gara region where 13 Turks were killed.