AQ Leader’s Arrest Highlights Turkey’s Terror Problem

FOUNDATION FOR DEFENSE OF DEMOCRACY
by Merve Tahiroglu
December 9, 2014

A joint U.S.-Turkish operation last month led to the capture of a senior Libyan al-Qaeda leader allegedly involved in the 2012 murder of Ambassador Christopher Stevens in Benghazi. While the arrest highlights high-level U.S.-Turkish intelligence cooperation, it also raises serious questions over Turkey’s transformation into a terrorist hub. READ MORE

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