Turkey detains 20 IS suspects in Antalya ahead of G20

File picture shows Turkish special police during clashes with IS (Islamic State) fighters in DiyarbakirTurkish police have detained 20 Islamic State suspects in the Mediterranean resort of Antalya, barely 10 days ahead of a summit being attended by world leaders there, local media reported Friday. Turkey has been on the hunt for IS extremists since twin bombings on a peace rally in Ankara on October 10 that killed 102 people and wounded around 500, the worst such attack in the country’s history. US President Barack Obama is among G20 leaders who will be at the summit in Antalya on November 15-16 where the war in Syria is certain to be high on the agenda.

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