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Turkey orders detention of more than 1,100 people linked to failed coup

Source: cnn.com   ( Top Stories > Mainstream )

Feb 12, 2019 3:35 AM 1+ week ago

Turkey has ordered the detention of 1,112 people over suspected links to a failed coup attempt, a Ministry of Interior source tells CNN....Read more.

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