Turkish security forces seize PKK ammunition in southeastern Turkey
Turkish security forces seized on Wednesday arms and ammunition belonging to the PKK terrorist organization in an operation in southeastern Turkey, officials said.
TURKEY'S ANTI-TERROR OPERATIONS CONTINUE
The ammunition was seized from a shelter during Operation Yıldırım-2 Cilo in Akkus countryside of Hakkari province, local administration said in a statement.
The seized items included two AK-47 Kalashnikov infantry rifles, 100 magazines (ammunition storage and feeding device) and three hand grenades.
In a separate operation in Kisikli village, security forces seized an AK-47 Kalashnikov infantry rifle, 130 magazines, four IEDs, and 36 fuses, among other items.
Turkey has launched a series of security operations to neutralize terrorists believed to be hiding out in the country's east and southeast.