Interpol in Spain detained Monday a member of a Marxist-Leninist group in Turkey.
Bahar Kimyongur, a suspected member of the Revolutionary People's Liberation Party–Front (DHKP-C), sought with red notice by Interpol, was arrested in Spain's Cordoba city.
Kimyongur was taken into custody and interrogated by Spanish police. He was set to appear before court on Wednesday.
His wife and two children, who entered Spain on June 15 alongside Kimyongur, were released after took their statement.
The long-time DHKP-C spokesman in Belgium, Kimyongur was sentenced to 4 years in prison together with 10 others members of the terrorist group including Fehriye Erdal by a Bruges criminal court in Belgium.
Kimyongur was acquitted in 2009 by a Brussels supreme court. He was also arrested in the Netherlands and served a 2-month sentence.
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