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Buyurun, Erdoğan'ın tahammül edemediği ve devletin hakaret saydığı makale. İsveç'te yaşayan İsveçli-Türk gazeteci Hamza Yalçın'ın uluslararası aranmasına ve tutuklanmasına sebeb olan 20 yazıdan bir tanesi.
Yayımladığımız bu yazı 17 Kasım 2016'da Odak dergisinde yayımlandı.

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U.S. officials will fly to Ankara to discuss accusations against Fethullah Gulen, the exiled cleric Turkey accuses of masterminding the failed military coup.

Information from Turkish government and media sources shows the extent of arrests and sackings since last month’s failed coup.

Some 5,000 state employees have been sacked and 77,000 suspended in the purge since last month's failed coup in Turkey, the prime minister says.

Turkish president holds talks in St Petersburg with Russian counterpart, thanking him for support in wake of last month’s coup attempt.

President Tayyip Erdogan told a rally of more than one million people on Sunday that July's failed coup would be a milestone in building a stronger Turkey.

A number of officials believe removing Turkish accession to the EU as the crux for relations could benefit both sides.

Media reports say more Turkish citizens are fleeing to Germany - especially Kurds. Asylum attorney Heiko Habbe thinks the German government is partially responsible for the situation.

How a tactical alliance between Erdogan and Gulen crumbled into a struggle for power.

Turkey announced it will offer compensation and provide a monthly income to the families of those killed or injured during last month's failed coup attempt.

President Tayyip Erdogan travels to Russia on Tuesday to meet Vladimir Putin in a trip he may hope will give the West pause for thought.

Lawyers for US-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen say they fear an attack on his life, in the wake of the failed coup attempt in Turkey.

Turkish Foreign Minster Mevlut Cavusoglu comment came after Chancellor Christian Kern suggested ending European Union accession talks with Ankara.

An Istanbul court issued the warrant accusing Gülen of orchestrating the failed 15 July coup attempt.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan describes schools, firms and charities as "nests of terrorism" and promises no mercy in rooting them out.