Turkey nabs ISIS bomb master

Turkish Intelligence has arrested a senior official of the Islamic state group (ISIS) who is allegedly a bomb expert of the global terror group, Middle East Monitor (MEMO) reports.
Egyptian-born Mustafa Abdulwahab Mahmud, believed close to the former leader of the group Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, was caught detained on the outskirts of Istanbul along with three other terror suspects on Monday.
US intelligence helped locate Mahmud who recently fled Syria. The ISIS fighter was plotting attacks in Turkey.
Turkey, longtime used as transit by foreign fighters join ISIS in Syria, has been waging war on terror.
Early this month, Turkish security forces detained an Afghan national who goes by the name Basim, and who was also described as the “right-hand man” of Al-Baghdadi.

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