Turkey has launched an anti-terror crackdown after the July 20 Suruc bombing that killed 32 activists and the attacks on security forces in the following days.
Ankara has detained more than 1,300 suspected supporters of groups such as ISIS and PKK -- recognized as terrorist groups by Turkey, the EU and the U.S. -- as well as launching airstrikes against ISIS in Syria and the PKK in Turkey and northern Iraq.
Additionally, Turkey has increased its support for an international anti-ISIS coalition led by the U.S., opening its Incirlik air base to coalition aircraft for military operations against the terrorist organization.
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