The General Council of State made its decision on Suleyman Ozkaynakci's case, setting a precedent for other cases involving seven other former Turkish soldiers, who fled to Greece after the July 2016 defeated coup.
It's been two years since the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation attempted to overthrow the democratically elected government of Turkey on July 15, 2016. Much has changed in Turkey since then.
After failing to make inroads into Turkey, the group behind the failed coup attempt is now looking for ways to remain relevant in the US and Europe.
Turkey’s coup-marred history changed on July 15, 2016, when ordinary people fought a group of rogue soldiers. TRT World spoke to two of them.
Eight former soldiers accused of taking part in Turkey's failed 2016 coup are being tried in absentia, as they are currently seeking asylum in Greece.
Around 400 people linked to FETO are expected to leave Pakistan by November 20.
Two generals resign as Turkey takes action against suspected coup plotters by dismissing 1,684 military personnel; the biggest military purge in the history of the Republic.
Aide-de-camp of Turkish army's Chief of General Staff, Infantry Lieutenant Colonel Levent Turkkan, has confessed to being a member of the Gulenist Terrorist Organisation.
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