Turkey allowed to detain without charge to 30 days
Presidential order also announced the closure of more than 1 000 private schools and more than 1 200 different organizations
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continued period of detention of suspects without charges up to 30 days. It is reported by the BBC.
Presidential order also announced the closure of more than 1 thousand private schools and more than 1 200 different organizations.
These measures became a consequence of a failed coup attempt last week, after which in the country began large-scale cleaning.
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