According to the preliminary data, about 90 people have been killed and 154 injured in a number of attacks and explosions during an attempted military coup in the Republic of Turkey.
Detentions of the military coup participants are underway. Some 374 soldiers involved in the mutiny were arrested.
Now the Turkish citizens in the capital of Ankara are flocking with flags to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Republic to stage a protest.
On Friday July 15, Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey Binali Yildirim reported a military coup attempt.
Shortly thereafter, the Turkish state TV stopped broadcasting.
According to Reuters, the Turkish army claimed responsibility for the events and declared the seizure of power in the country.
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