Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
Three suspected ISIL terrorists were detained in Turkey's southern Adana province, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on March 12.
The three Syrian nationals were detained in an anti-terror operation carried out by Turkish police.
Turkey was one of the first countries to recognize ISIL as a terrorist group in 2013, as soon as it emerged.
At least four foreign nationals have been detained in northwestern Sakarya province over their suspected links to the ISIL terrorist group, state-run Anadolu Agency said on March 2.
The local prosecutors investing the ISIL's terrorist activities requested the arrest of four Iraqi nationals over their suspected links to the ISIL, the agency cited anonymous sources as saying.
At least nine foreign nationals were detained in Turkey's capital Ankara on Feb. 26 over their suspected links to the ISIL terrorist group, according to state-run Anadolu Agency.
Citing anonymous security sources, the agency said prosecutors issued detention warrants for 10 foreign nationals allegedly in contact with terror group members in conflict zones.
Police detained 13 suspects, including 10 foreign nationals, over suspected links to the ISIL terror group in Istanbul, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Feb. 25.
Police raided seven different locations and detained 13 suspects, including nine Syrians and an Iraqi national, according to sources cited by Anadolu Agency.
The United States supports Turkey's "legitimate interests" in Syria's last rebel bastion of Idlib, and its presence in the province, James Jeffrey, the U.S. special envoy for Syria engagement and fight against ISIL, has said.
In an interview with private broadcaster NTV, Jeffrey said that the U.S. supports Turkey's interests in Idlib.
"We support Turkey's presence," he added.
Turkey detained four suspects linked to the ISIL terror group, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Feb. 11.