Jul 24, 2016

Turkey investigates those who say coup attempt was hoax » TODAY.ng

Turkish prosecutors are investigating people who have alleged on social media that a July 15 coup attempt was a hoax carried out by the government, the country's justice minister said. Bekir Bozdag's comments on Sunday reflected what some critics say are increasing restrictions on expression in the wake of the failed rebellion by some military forces. Meanwhile, Education Minister Ismet Yilmaz...

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