Turkey’s military mutiny that killed 60

People react as bodies draped in Turkish flags are seen on the ground during an attempted coup in Ankara, Turkey on July 16, 2016. Photo: Reuters


At least 60 people were killed in a military coup in Turkey so far, according to the global media. Most of the victims were civilians. However, 17 of them police officers may have said Al Jazeera.

The rebel soldiers, 50 people have been detained so far. According to the BBC, 336 people have been arrested.

The president said in his speech, the president is still in power, the government and the ruling by the people in power.

AFP quoted Turkish Prime Minister, the President, after the incident, has been appointed the new Chief of Staff.

Several important places in Turkey is still intermittent gunfire, according to international media. According to unconfirmed sources, the country’s president has been carried out the attack on the bus. At the time, the F-16 aircraft to prevent rebel attacks with tanks and troops were attacked. BBC and Al-Jazeera.


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