After the Coup in Turkey
At least 60 people died and 1,000 people were injured across the country. More than 750 detained.
Media reported today at morning that sounds of fighting were still listened in Ankara and Istanbul after the attempt of coup.
Social media images posted to Twitter show the aftermath of rebel military fire on anti-coup street protests on the bridge over the Bosphorus.
Turkish parliamend is damaged after attack.
President Erdogan has been speaking from Istanbul’s Attaturk airport during the coup.
“Some elements in the Air Force and the Turkish Gendarmerie [rural police] attempted a coup,” a senior Turkish government official told CNN.
Troops tried to take some TV stations and Palace in President. There many of them were detained by police.
It is confirmation that the same persons in the Air Force were organizers of attack on Russian jet.