European countries have barred Turkish lawmakers from speaking at various events and commemorating the July 15 coup attempt
Ankara dismisses more than 7,000 police, civil servants and academics over suspected links to FETO on the eve of the anniversary of last year's deadly coup attempt
One year later, we look back at this night of defiance by the Turkish people, from the early confusion to the moment the coup plotters finally surrendered.
The violence of the attempted overthrow brought back traumatic memories for Turkey's Syrian refugees, but many supported the elected government against what they saw as an attempt to establish a regime like the one they had escaped.
As the anniversary of last year's failed coup in Turkey draws near, TRT World tells the stories of heroism displayed on that day. One such story is that of Metin Dogan, who stood up to tanks at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on July 15.
One year after the attempt by a group of putschists to overthrow Turkey's democratically elected government, TRT World tells the story of five Turkish nationals who took to Istanbul's streets to protest. Not all of them survived.
Turkey is determined to extradite the US-based FETO leader Fethullah Gulen, who is accused of being behind last year's failed coup attempt against the Turkish government.
Turkey's president and prime minister visited the graves of those killed in an attempted coup in July last year, as part of the nationwide commemoration of the event.
Warrants were issued for the detention of 115 people allegedly involved in FETO-linked activities. The 115 academics work in universities and institutions that fall under the Prime Minister's office.
A year has passed since the failed coup attempt that claimed the lives of 249 and injured 2,000 others on July 15, 2016. Turkey's government says FETO is the prime suspect behind the failed coup.
Courts in Greece have now rejected the extradition of all eight Turkish soldiers sought by Ankara in connection with last year's coup attempt.
In an unprecedented show of unity, millions of people including opposition leaders in Istanbul attended a rally for democracy which is the largest political gathering in the history of the modern Turkish Republic.
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