Emergency rule is introduced in Turkey
Two thousand of special forces soldiers were redeployed in Ankara. Thousands of people continue protesting on the streets of Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir
Emergency rule is introduced in Turkey.
Almost two thousand of special forces soldiers were redeployed in the capital from the neighboring provinces. They took their positions next to major buildings and patrol the streets.
Chief of the police ordered to shoot down helicopters flying without permission. Thousands of people continue protesting on the streets of Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir and other cities for the third night in a row.
They demonstrate their support for President Recep Erdogan and celebrate the failure of the military coup attempt. Coup attempt took place in Turkey on Friday night.
Part of Turkish military forces was trying to cease power in the country. Police and special services, loyal to the President suppressed the uprising. Almost three hundred dead, 15 hundred wounded. Mass arrests go on, almost six thousand detained.
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