July 15 marks three years since the Turkish people defeated a coup attempt by rogue elements in the country's military. The Fetullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO) was behind the deadly move, which left at least 251 people dead.
Two suspected members of the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation were allowed to speak at a UN panel in Geneva despite protests by Turkey's Permanent Mission to the UN Office at Geneva.
The soldiers are accused of communicating with Fetullah Terrorist Organisation – a terror group behind 2016 defeated coup in the country – through pay phones and landline phones.
Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says the country's state of emergency that was put in place following the attempted coup in 2016 will be lifted on Monday.
In an Istanbul-based operation, 49 out of 68 shareholders of a FETO-linked bank have been detained, a police source says.
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