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Turkey orders 117 soldiers detained over Gulen links

Turkish prosecutors have issued detention warrants for 117 military personnel over alleged links to the U.S.-based cleric accused by Ankara of orchestrating last year’s attempted coup, security sources said, Reuters reported. They …

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Public events banned in Turkish province

Public events are banned in Turkey’s eastern Van province, the Van governorate said in a message Aug. 31, Trend reports. According to the message, it is forbidden to hold any public events in the province from September 1 for …

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Almost 1000 public workers dismissed in Turkey

The Turkish government officially fired 928 public workers suspected of having links with terrorist organizations and groups seen as a threat by the National Security Council (MGK). The two new comprehensive decrees published in the …

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 Turkey coup trial: almost 500 in court

Almost 500 people arrested after last year's failed coup in Turkey have appeared in court accused of taking part in the plot, local media reported. In a courthouse built specifically to try cases linked with the coup attempt, 486 …

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Ilham Aliyev sends letter to Turkey's Erdogan

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has sent a letter to President of the Republic of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan. "Dear Mr. President, dear brother, a year has passed since the day of the …

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Ankara thanks Ilham Aliyev for his support

Azerbaijan repeatedly proved its brotherhood with Turkey in practice, the deputy chairman for the ruling Turkish Justice and Development Party (AKP), Mahir Unal, told a meeting on Friday with Azerbaijani and foreign journalists. …

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Gulen says he would accept extradition to Turkey

Fethullah Gulen, the U.S.-based Muslim cleric accused by Turkey of instigating last year's failed coup, says he has no plans to flee the United States and would accept extradition if Washington agrees to a request by Ankara …

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