G-20 Summit: ISIS militant blew himself in Southeastern Turkey

Ankara: In another attack of ISIS left four policemen severely injured on Sunday in southeastern Turkey when an Islamic State militant blew himself up during a police raid.

According to police the suicide bomber opened fire on Turkish police and then blew himself up during their raid on a suspect Islamic State militant hideout near the border with Syria, injuring five police officers. Police seized explosive materials and several machine guns during the raid, the statement said.

The G20 have started to discuss the threat of Isis infiltrators among EU migrants and refugees which were the main agenda to be discussed in the G20 meet.

n the wake of the Paris attacks, discussions will be dominated by the growing concern that Isis is moving beyond its sanctuary in northern Syria and transforming into a global terrorist network capable of wreaking devastation in western cities.

PM Modi, United States President Barack Obama, Saudi King Salman, Russian President Vladimir Putin, British Prime Minister David Cameron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Chinese President Xi Jinping are to attend the summit.