By Recep Bilek
SAMSUN, Turkey (AA) - Turkish authorities on Thursday decided to deport two persons over their alleged links to Daesh terror group, a security source said.
Police teams in northern Samsun province raided houses in Ilkadim district, arresting two Iraqi nationals and seizing digital materials, said the source who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.
Upon prosecutors’ instruction in the province, the suspects were released to be deported.
Separately, in Istanbul province, eight foreign nationals, including two women, were also arrested for their links to Daesh terror group.
Police teams launched simultaneous operations in six districts to nab those working for Daesh terrorists and were plotting a terror activity.
A number of organizational document and digital materials were also seized in the operations.