The West has not learned from the mistakes it made during Turkey's turmoil on the night of the failed coup.
A takeover of the Turkish state by a FETO military faction on July 15, 2016 failed after millions turned out onto the street.
A total of 245 suspects were on trial in the case related to events at the Gendarmerie General Command on the night of July 15, 2016 in Ankara.
To protect the country's democratic order, the Turkish people defeated the coup attempt in a remarkable fashion, inspiring the state to immediately put the accused on trial.
Washington is reportedly assessing the possibility of extraditing Fetullah Gulen, one of Turkey's most wanted fugitives. But can the Trump administration really put Gulen on the deportation trial?
One of the most underreported aspects of the fallout of the attempted coup was the ongoing trauma that both its direct and indirect victims face until today.
On this day two years ago the Turkish people defied a coup attempt to preserve their democracy. In keeping with history, the vast majority of the Western press that constantly advocates for democracy aligned with undemocratic forces.
Rewarding merit, honouring ethical guidelines and managing the performance of public employees will be key to ensuring that Turkey's institutions serve as a stabilizing force in society.
Austrian foreign ministry says Turkey's Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci's planned event is "very big" and the visit represented a "danger for public order and security in Austria."
23 suspects sentenced to life imprisonment, while former colonel gets 12 years; two privates acquitted.
A total of eight soldiers who were involved in the failed coup bid in Turkey had fled to Greece to seek asylum. All were charged with treason by Ankara who had requested them to be extradited to face trial.
First vice president of the European Commission Frans Timmermans' statements marks the first time a senior European Commission official has spoken about FETO's involvement in the coup attempt.
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