In Impoverished North Albania, a Muslim’s Path to Radicalism

They accuse him of using a Facebook account to issue a series of posts promoting the Islamic State and its late leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and calling for a holy war in the Middle East and Africa.

El Salih was released on June 11 after an Appeals Court rejected a prosecution request to keep him in custody until trial.

US extradites man behind deadly Reyhanlı attacks

The United States has extradited Mehmet Gezer, who gave the order for the Reyhanlı attacks that killed some 52 civilians in 2013, to Türkiye.

The U.S. police officers delivered the druglord, sought with red notice with different 17 charges, to Turkish police upon their arrival at Istanbul Airport on June 30.

Bulgarian Ruja Ignatova is in the Top 10 of the FBI's Most Wanted

The Bulgarian Ruja Ignatova is the latest addition to the top 10 of the FBI's most wanted persons. The "Crypto Queen" - as she is also called by the media, is also the only lady on the list.

The FBI announced a reward of 100 thousand dollars for information that could lead to the arrest of Ruja Ignatova.

Arrested Greek spy confesses activity in Türkiye: CNN Türk

Mohammed Amar Ampara, arrested on June 26 with a charge of "working for Greek intelligence service EYP," has confessed all his espionage activities inside Türkiye in his testimony, Turkish private national broadcaster CNN Türk has alleged.

According to the TV station, the Greek spy gave all information of his three contacts in the EYP to Turkish officers.

Two PKK local leaders neutralized

Security units have neutralized two female PKK local leaders, Şükran Alp inside the country and Delal Azizoğlu in northern Iraq.

"In an operation in [the southeastern province of] Siirt, two terrorists were neutralized on June 17. One of them was Alp, codenamed 'Arin,'" the Interior Ministry reported on June 24.