Turkey arrests soldiers over suspected links to US-based cleric who ‘plotted failed coup’ TURKISH authorities ordered the arrest of 61 soldiers from the navy and land forces, including senior
Turkey detains 800 people over suspected links to US-based cleric Arrests stand as one of the largest operations in months against the network which Turkey’s government blames for a failed July coup.
Turkish authorities arrested over 1,000 people overnight suspected of links to US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, security sources said on Wednesday, in one of the largest operations in months
Turkey arrests a thousand police accused of links to US-based cleric Gulen. Turkish authorities have arrested 1,000 police suspected links to the Gulen movement.
Turkey’s crackdown after the coup has resulted in about 50,000 arrests. More than 110,000 people have also been sacked from state jobs, including the military.
Turkey has been engaged in suppressing the media and opposition groups suspected to have played a role in the failed coup. Tens of thousands of people have been arrested in Turkey on suspicion of
Turkey’s state-run news agency says a philanthropist businessman and peace activist has been formally arrested over alleged links to a US-based cleric whom Turkey blames for last year’s failed coup. Anadolu Agency says an Istanbul court Wednesday charged Osman Kavala with attempts to abolish
Turkish police forces have detained 85 military personnel in countrywide raids over alleged links to the Gulen movement blamed for the 2016 failed coup. Turkey A Turkish court has sentenced the foster son of the US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen to 30 years in prison.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish police said on Tuesday they are seeking 144 people including police, soldiers and prosecutors, over suspected links to the network of a U.S.-based cleric blamed by
Turkey detains 800 people over suspected links to US-based cleric. Detention orders have been issued for 1,000 people, of whom 803 have been detained
In the aftermath of the failed July coup, authorities arrested 40,000 people and sacked or suspended 120,000 from a wide range of professions including soldiers, police, teachers and public servants, over alleged links with terrorist groups.
After the abortive coup in July, authorities arrested 40,000 people and sacked or suspended 120,000 others from a wide range of professions including soldiers, police, teachers and public servants, over alleged links with terrorist groups.
Apr 27, 2017 · ISTANBUL – Twenty-five people have been detained in southeastern Turkey for suspected links to U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Since then, over 60,000 soldiers, police officers, judges, prosecutors, teachers and other civil servants have been dismissed form their jobs or arrested over suspected links to the US-based
Ankara’s chief prosecutor ordered the detention of 110 soldiers from the air force on Friday for suspected links to a US-based cleric Turkey says orchestrated a failed coup …