Turkey arrests 'would-be PKK female suicide bomber' in Ankara: reports

Turkish police forces in Ankara on December 28, 2015Turkey has arrested a female militant affiliated to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) suspected of planning to carry out a suicide attack, a report said Wednesday. The arrest of the woman in the capital Ankara — identified as R.I., 21 — comes after the city was this year rocked by two suicide car bombings claimed by Kurdish militants that left dozens dead. The woman had been the subject of a nationwide search after digitally-stored data was found on a Kurdish militant killed in the southeastern Mardin region that identified her as a potential suicide attacker, Dogan said.

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