Turkish police continues with ant-terror raids following the recent Istanbul night club attack that killed 39 people.
Police reportedly raided four address in in Aegean province of Izmir. So far 20Daesh terror suspects have been netted.
According to police sources the arrests were made early Wednesday saying number of arrests expected to rise in the coming days.
On Monday raids, eight people were arrested by anti-terror police from Istanbul, followed by a further eight suspects on Tuesday, but as yet the alleged perpetrator of the nightclub attack remains at large.
Meanwhile, 6 Daesh terrorists were killed in northern Syria same day in the ongoing Operation Euphrates Shield.
104 Daesh targets also destroyed as part of Turkish-led raid as the operation enters 134th day since the city was surrounded in order to liberate it.
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