Two ISIS fighters killed in Turkish city of Ankara for planning to attack ruling party congress
Two ISIS jihadist group fighters killed in the Turkish city of Ankara on Sunday were suspected of plotting terrorist attacks during a ruling party congress, the governor of Ankara said Monday.
Reports cited Topaca as saying that the two suspects, aged between 25 and 30, were killed in a police raid early Sunday after attempting to engage in a gunfight with them. The broadcaster added that the suspects were Azerbaijani nationals.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been elected chairman of AKP at the extraordinary party congress.
Source: Sputnik News