Turkish president says protests at Istanbul's Bogazici University will not become another Gezi Park incident.
Turkey's National Security Council urged international actors to fulfill its responsibilities in clearing out terror groups beyond the Turkish southern border.
Salih Fidan and Samet Gure, who were handling the terror group's activities in Iraq, were arrested while trying to illegally cross the Ukraine-Poland border.
Marking the 97th Republic Day, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the country's historical legacy is its biggest strength.
Experts see a different political future with dire consequences for the country’s integrity, independence and sovereignty.
A takeover of the Turkish state by a FETO military faction on July 15, 2016 failed after millions turned out onto the street.
Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hami Aksoy says FETO members have infiltrated US missions in the country, after Washington criticised a court ruling of Turkish US consulate employee over terror-related charges.
The US state of Alabama shut down a controversial charter school Tuesday with links to the Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO) two months before its opening, citing a failure to meet conditions.
Leyla Guven and Musa Farisogullari of HDP were accused of being members of an armed terror group, while Enis Berberoglu of CHP faced charges of leaking state secrets to a newspaper.
Prosecutors in Istanbul issued arrest warrants for 118 people, including 98 on-duty soldiers, as part of an investigation into Fetullah Terrorist Organisation.
It is 'unacceptable' that Dutch authorities have granted FETO members residence permits, Turkey's foreign ministry spokesman said.
"The US criticised us, however, NATO did not say anything. On the contrary, NATO secretary-general repeatedly stated all countries have right to buy the weapon and defence system it wants," Turkish foreign minister says.
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