Aftermath of an attempted coup d’etat in Turkey

epa05430670 Turkish people stand near a huge flag at Taksim Square , in Istanbul, Turkey, 18 July 2016. Turkish Prime Minister Yildirim reportedly said that the Turkish military was involved in an attempted coup d’etat. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has denounced the coup attempt as an ‘act of treason’ and insisted his government remains in charge. Some 104 coup plotters were killed, 90 people – 41 of them police and 47 are civilians – ‘fell martrys’, after an attempt to bring down the Turkish government, the acting army chief General Umit Dundar said in a televised appearance.who were killed in a coup attempt on 16 July, during the funeral, in Istanbul, Turkey, 17 July 2016. Turkish Prime Minister Yildirim reportedly said that the Turkish military was involved in an attempted coup d’etat. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has denounced the coup attempt as an ‘act of treason’ and insisted his government remains in charge. Some 104 coup plotters were killed, 90 people – 41 of them police and 47 are civilians – ‘fell martrys’, after an attempt to bring down the Turkish government, the acting army chief General Umit Dundar said in a televised appearance. EPA/TOLGA BOZOGLU

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