Turkish police on Monday arrested 10 people in the capital Ankara, accused of being recruiters for the Islamic State extremist group.
The police said in Ankara that the arrests followed a crackdown on Islamic State in the country, amid growing concerns over terrorist activities.
Turkey blamed Islamic State for a suicide bombing this month in Istanbul, which killed 10 German tourists.
The group is also being held responsible for a twin attack in Ankara in October, which left more than 100 people dead. Islamic State has not claimed either attack.
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