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Turkey Posts $14M Reward for Wanted IS Militants

Facing blistering internal criticism over its failure to halt a wave of terrorist attacks, the Turkish government on Tuesday set a reward of $14 million for information leading to the arrest of Islamic State suspects in at least four recent suicide bombings. Turkey’s Interior Ministry updated its list of “wanted terrorists” to include 23 alleged IS members, including five women. Three of the suspects are believed to be held captive by the YPG, or the People's Protection Units, the...

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