Turkey's spy agency probes Paris murders of Kurdish activists
Turkey’s intelligence services said Sunday that they had opened an investigation into the assassination in Paris last Thursday of three Kurdish female activists, including a co-founder of the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK).
Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MİT) has commenced an investigation into the killings of three Kurdish female activists in Paris, according to sources in the spy agency.
“The relevant unit of the organisation is investigating the incidents. We have to wait a couple of days to get a clearer picture,” a source from MİT told the Hürriyet Daily News on Jan. 11.
The organisation is closely following the aftermath of the killings, but the source declined to comment on whether the agency is seeking to exchange information with the French secret service over the incident.