Turkish police have apprehended seven ISIS militants who were preparing for attacks in the capital Ankara.
Police carried out two operations against two groups on Oct. 27 and detained the militants who were said to be active in conflict zones.
According to authorities, the militants were seeking to attack Oct. 29 Republic Day celebrations and Nov. 10 ceremonies that are held each year to commemorate Turkey's founding father Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
They also said that security forces received intelligence on ISIS preparing to give its base a message that it's still active.
A number of digital documents and ISIS-related documents were seized in the raids.
Separately, six ISIS suspects were also nabbed in the northwestern province of Kocaeli.Turkish police detain 14 in anti-ISIS op in Istanbul
Four of those detained are foreigners, police said.
The operations on Oct. 27 are the latest in Turkey's recent efforts to apprehend militants.
On Oct. 26, six militants, including a so-called senior one, were nabbed in the southeastern province of Siirt. Another four were detained in the Central Anatolian province of Yozgat on the same day.
Also on Oct. 26, 18 foreigners were detained in an anti-ISIS operation in Ankara. Two fugitives were being sought, police said.