Terrorist attack prevented in Turkey
Azerbaijan, Baku, 31 May / Trend A.Taghiyeva /
Turkish security forces have prevented a terrorist act in the Turkish province of Adana, Sabah online newspaper reported on Friday.
According to the report, Turkish security forces detained six people on charges of plotting a terrorist attack, which by some details is similar to the one that took place earlier in Reyhanlı in the Turkish province of Hatay.
The operation to apprehend suspects was held after Turkish security forces received information on the impending terrorist attack by members of the Dzhabhat An-Nusra group.
Earlier on May 11, two bombs exploded in a minibus at an interval of 15 minutes in front of the city hall in the industrial area of Reyhanlı. As a result, 52 people died.
On May 17, Turkish security forces detained the main suspect behind the terrorist attacks in Reyhanlı.
According to the report, the suspect is Mehmet G., a resident of the province of Hatay. Two minibuses that exploded on Saturday in the Turkish city of Reyhanlı were registered under his name.