Istanbul (Turkey), 25/10/2015.- An undated handout picture provided by the Turkish Police Department on 25 October 2015 shows the IDs and pictures of alleged ISIS member Walentina Slobodjanuk born in Kazakhstan in 1995 and carrying a fake ID with the name Yildiz Bozkurt, who entered to Turkey for terror attacks. Turkish police made an alert to capture four suspects, who are believed to be members of the Islamic State, and who had entered Turkey from Syria for an apparent major attack.
Police believe the 1990's baby, Walentina Slobodjanuk, who is 20 years old may be part of a planned terror attack in Turkey, according to European Pressphoto Agency. DIYARBAKIR:
UPDATE ISLAMIC STATE CELL ‘NEUTRALISED’: Two Turkish policemen and seven Islamic State (IS) suspects were killed in a shootout on Monday (Oct 26) that has further rattled the increasingly polarised country just six days ahead of snap elections. Police are hunting down IS militants after the suicide bombings that killed 102 people at a pro-Kurdish peace rally in the heart of the capital Ankara on Oct 10, the worst attack in Turkey's modern history. Monday's gun battle in the main southeastern Kurdish city of Diyarbakir was the first on Turkish soil between security forces and the militants since Ankara launched air strikes on IS targets in Syria in July.
Fears of further bloodshed have overshadowed the run-up to Sunday's vote, with an IS cell reportedly plotting major attacks, while Kurdish rebels have taken up arms again after the collapse of the peace process. A police anti-terrorist squad launched dawn raids on several houses in Diyarbakir where militants were thought to be hiding out. The suspects opened fire and set off booby trap bombs, killing two police officers and injuring five, according to the Diyarbakir governor's office. Seven IS militants were killed and 12 arrested after at least two hours of heavy fighting, it said. "This was an important operation ... we can say we have neutralised a major Daesh cell," Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus told reporters, using an Arabic name for the IS group. The authorities declared the IS group the number one suspect over the Ankara bombings, but many accuse them of security failings and of turning a blind eye to the militants fighting the Damascus regime.
Twitter photos showing Jihadi brides are being trained by the Islamic State to shoot assault rifles. Source:Twitter
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