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Turkey takes seventy army officers on

ISTANBUL – Turkey has approximately seventy army officers picked up those tires would have with the controversial spiritual Fethullah Gulen. The newspaper Milliyet reported that the police in 34 provinces in the country operations.

According to the government of president Recep Tayyip Erdogan was to the USA emigrated Gulen behind the failed coup d’état in Turkey in the summer of 2016. The army officers are arrested on the basis of statements that have previously held the military have passed. The officers would have provided housing for students that are explored in the teachings of the islamic scholar Gülen.

Last month the United Nations reported that Turkey since the failed coup of approximately 160,000 people has been arrested and almost the same number of officials have been dismissed.

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