Turkish media stories say police in Istanbul have apprehended a suspected Islamic State group militant needed by Interpol.
State-run Anadolu Company stated Tuesday that the Belgian nationwide was detained in an anti-terrorism operation final week.
Hurriyet newspaper recognized the person as Mehdi A. and stated authorities consider he arrived in Istanbul to hold out a “sensational act.”
The paper’s on-line version stated the suspect was sought by Interpol for the previous three years and was allegedly answerable for French-talking militants inside IS. The person joined IS in Syria collectively together with his spouse and youngsters in 2014, based on the report.
Police in Istanbul would not touch upon the stories.
Turkey has endured a number of lethal bombing assaults since 2015, blamed on IS or Kurdish militants.