A total of five YPG/PKK terrorists have surrendered to security forces in southeastern Turkey, authorities have said.
Three YPG/PKK terrorists, fleeing from northern Syria, turned themselves in at border posts in Şanlıurfa's Suruç and Mardin's Nusaybin districts, the defense ministry said on Feb. 18 in a tweet.
Three YPG/PKK terrorists surrendered to Turkish security forces in the country's southeast, Turkey's National Defense Ministry said on Feb. 13.
Terrorists fleeing the terror group's shelters in northern Iraq and Syria turned themselves in at border posts in Şanlıurfa province's Suruç district and Sirnak's Silop district, the ministry said in a statement.
Turkey detained four suspects linked to the ISIL terror group, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Feb. 11.
In a press statement regarding the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU, President Klaus Iohannis says that Romania expresses hope that the UK will remain a close partner and a reliable ally, pointing out that the Romanian nationals in the UK will be able to enjoy their acquired rights without hindrance even after Brexit.
Turkish security forces on Jan. 21 nabbed a suspect allegedly linked to an armed attack that killed a Turkish diplomat in northern Iraq last July.
He was arrested in a joint operation by the provincial police forces and the Turkish Intelligence Organization (MİT) in the southeastern border province of Şırnak as he attempted to cross to Turkey.
Turkish security forces "neutralized" three PKK terrorists in northern Iraq, the Defense Ministry said on Jan. 16.
On Twitter, the ministry said terrorists were "neutralized" in an air-backed operation by Turkish Armed Forces in Hakurk region.
Turkish authorities often use the word "neutralize" to imply the terrorists in question surrendered or were killed or captured.