Jul 16, 2016

How Will Failed Coup in Turkey Affect US, Russia's Anti-Daesh Fight? / Sputnik International

A group within the Turkish Armed Forces and law enforcement agencies has failed to overthrow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, but the chaotic night marred by deadly violence will further destabilize a key NATO member and adversely affect Russian and Washington-led efforts to destroy Daesh, experts have said.

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