Al-Qaeda member captured in Hatay
An Al-Qaeda member wanted with a red notice has been caught in a joint operation organized by the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) and the security teams in the southern province of Hatay.
In the operation conducted by the MİT and Hatay police, M.Ş., wanted with a red notice for being a member of the armed terrorist organization Al-Qaeda, was caught.
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It is also stated that one person was arrested on the spot, Reuters reports.
According to some reports, the attack took place in a shopping center in Sweden.
The injured were immediately taken to hospital.
"There are fears that there are more injured," police said.
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