No one has the right to downplay the glorious struggle of the nation on the night of the attempted coup by the Fetullah Terrorist Organisation, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says.
The 2016 failed coup attempt marks an important victory for the people of Turkey as it was the first time in the country's history that a military takeover failed and democracy triumphed.
Since the 2016 coup attempt, the Turkish army has undergone a rapid transformation, moving beyond tasks limited to UN and NATO peacekeeping and support missions to conducting operations to maintain Turkey's national interests.
Turkish-Emirati relations deteriorated significantly after the July 15 coup attempt. After a long period of non-communication at the highest levels, however, there are signs that dialogue between the two countries could be rebuilt.
Cemal Karaata of Fetullah Terrorist Organisation is reported to be in Canada with his family, having fled there after the 2016 assassination of Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov in Ankara.
Turkish president says protests at Istanbul's Bogazici University will not become another Gezi Park incident.
Marking the 97th Republic Day, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the country's historical legacy is its biggest strength.
Resisting a military junta in the 1997 coup, Kantarci was imprisoned at 16 and released nine years later. He always stood for the country's religious freedom.
July 15 would change our unsuspecting lives forever. Here is a first-hand story of what went down that fateful night.
The West has not learned from the mistakes it made during Turkey's turmoil on the night of the failed coup.
The terror group began secretly infiltrating Turkey's state institutions from the 1970s until its kingpin, Fetullah Gulen, took his deadly aim on the night of July 15, 2016.
The suspects include 181 on-duty servicemen who are under investigation over cheating during air force entrance examinations between 2004-2016.
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