World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkish Interior Minister said that the Turkish policemen found 11 had grenade and 11 Kahashnikov bullets in Turkish capital city of Ankara.
Idris Naim Sahin, Turkey’s Interior Minister answered the press members’ question in a meeting. As he was replaying questions Sahin said that Turkish security members found 11 hand grenade and 16 Kalashnikov bullets in a nylon package in the garbage bin under an overpass bridge near the Anadolu Boulevard in Ankara’s Gimat neighborhoods.
Sahin also stated that Ankara Governorship would make an explanation regarding the conclusion of the operations in the mid day.
Meanwhile, Turkish policemen delivered the ammunition to the security headquarter to wide- range of investigation. Turkish security members also took high security prevention around the Gimat neighborhoods.
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