Develop Synonym Operation ‘The most terrifying’ police raid in Turkey’s history

‘The most terrifying’ police raid in Turkey’s history

Ankara, Turkey – The Turkish military on Friday raided the homes of two top government officials in an attempt to seize their assets and seize the keys to their properties.

The raid was carried out in the town of Hakkari near the Turkish border, as Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was heading to a meeting with leaders of the opposition CHP party in Istanbul.

It was the latest attempt by the Turkish military to wrest control of the capital, Ankara, from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP).

Last month, the army seized more than $6bn in assets from the offices of the Turkish prime minister and chief of the judiciary.

The president’s office and the heads of the two main opposition parties were not at home at the time.

It is not yet clear how much the military had in the two buildings, and how much they were expecting to get from the raids.

The prime minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, has also been in Turkey since the end of September.

He has been in charge of Turkey’s affairs since July, when he resigned amid corruption allegations.

The AKP is due to hold a general election in October, but the leader of the main opposition CHT party, Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu, has warned that he would not be in power without his party’s support.

The CHP has repeatedly called for an independent probe into the corruption allegations against Davutovos officials, including Kıldaroğl, in a bid to prevent a new wave of corruption cases against them.

The raids were not the first in Turkey, which has become increasingly authoritarian in recent years.

The military seized the assets of Prime Minister Ahmet Görmez in January.