Turkey denies intelligence chief death

Turkey denies intelligence chief death

PanARMENIAN.Net - Turkish intelligence sources have denied reports in the Arab media outlets that the country's intelligence chief was assassinated.

According to Hürriyet Daily News, National Intelligence Agency (MİT) sources said that the agency's chief Hakan Fidan was in his office in MİT's headquarters in Ankara.

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