Source Pravda.Ru

Female terroror recruiting unveiled in Turkey

The Turkish authorities are reported to have thwarted a series of terrorist attacks planned for the month of Ramadan, according to Saudi daily al-Watan.

The paper quotes a security source in Ankara as saying that they had uncovered training operations by groups linked to al-Qaeda, who were recruiting 50 women for bombing missions. The report said that their task was preparing explosive devices to place in tourist spots frequented by foreigners but the source gave no further details, AKI reports.

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