27 detained over Istanbul nightclub assault
As many as 27 people have been detained in Bursa province for their alleged links with the terrorist attack that hit a nightclub in Turkey's Istanbul city in the early hours of New Year's Day.

The detainees include 15 women, and 29 children were accompanying 27 people who were detained in the ISIS operation.

The detainees include Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and East Turkistan-origin suspects.

During the raids in Nilüfer and Gürsu towns of Bursa, more than 40 passports and 38 fake IDs along with 15 mobile phones were seized.

These people were discovered to have rented the houses with fake IDs by introducing themselves as businessmen, doctors and dentists.

The police sources said that they are still seeking two ısıs organizers.

On Monday, Abdulgadir Masharipov, the perpetrator of the deadly attack on an Istanbul nightclub during new year's celebrations, was found in Istanbul.

He was captured during a police operation on a residence in Istanbul's Esenyurt district on Monday, after a review of 100,000 hours of CCTV records by Turkish police over the course of 16 days.

Terrorist Masharipov is suspected to have entered Turkey in January 2016.

At least 39 people, including a police officer, were killed when a gunman opened fire on civilians at a nightclub in the Ortaköy district of Istanbul in the early hours of New Year's Day; 69 other people were also wounded, with a number of foreign nationals among the casualties.
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