Turkey commemorates the July 15 Gülenist coup attempt

Turkey commemorates the July 15 Gülenist coup attempt

Turkey commemorates the July 15 Gülenist coup attempt

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened today that his country would not ratify the Paris climate accord, speaking at the end of the G20 summit in Germany.

"We are in a hurry to find a solution here".

In March the UN Human Rights Office published a report containing allegations of mass destruction, killings and human rights violations taking place in the south-east of Turkey between July 2015 and December 2016. "We are fed up with this", Erdogan said.

The RSF 2017 World Press Freedom Index, a comparative register on each country's treatment of journalists, found Turkey to be the "biggest prison for media personnel".

Members of global media are being hosted in Ankara by Turkey's Directorate General of Press and Information. "There are only two actual journalists in jail now".

Erdogan said the watch will start on July 15.

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Erdogan said the claims his country persecuted journalists were lies, despite the fact that hundreds of press passes had been removed in the previous year.

Turkish ambassador to Ethiopia and the African Union said on Friday, that Fetullah Gulen, mastermind of the defeated coup last July, was eyeing broader political influence than just Turkey.

More than 240 people, majority civilians, were killed last July when rogue soldiers tried to overthrow Mr Erdogan's government.

Some 50,000 people have been arrested and over 100,000 fired or suspended from their jobs as Erdogan seeks to clean house. "We are concerned that, under the state of emergency, at least nine Americans and one consulate employee have been detained and imprisoned on what appear to be false charges".

"This is how they have organised and attempted the coup as a mob". But such interventions were thought to be history with the election of Mr. Erdogan, who came to power with a reputation as a moderate Islamic democratic reformer in 2003.

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