Police officers patrol as Turkish police raide homes in Haci Bayram neighborhood in the capital Ankara, Turkey, Monday, July 27, 2015. (AP Photo)
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Turkish anti-terrorist police have detained 38 foreigners including women and children who were reportedly seeking to join ISIS in Syria, media reports said Monday.Anti-terrorism police have rounded up dozens of ISIS suspects in recent weeks including 20 held in the G-20 host city of Antalya last Friday.Another seven foreigners were detained in Adana Saturday on suspicion of planning to join ISIS, while the army said 12 suspects were detained in Karkamis on the Syrian border Sunday.
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