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Commenting article: Clashes During Attempted Coup in Turkey Leave Over 100 Military, 47 Civilians Dead

The number of people killed in the unsuccessful attempt for coup carried out by a group within the Turkish military overnight has increased to 150. Previously, the president's office had reported a death toll of sixty.

Since then, at least sixteen participants in the coup have been reported as killed in clashes occurring at the military police command.

Among the casualties are at least 104 participants in the coup and 47 civilians, The Guardian informs. At least 1154 other people have been wounded.

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Rurik - 16 Jul 2016 // 12:13:30

Fan of the \"New Ottoman Empire\" idea Erdogan has won this time. But the offended and humiliated by him army, not those newly baked and appointed by Erdogan \"generals\" but the army of thouzands of commanders who consider themselves the heirs and guardians of Atat?rk’s secular ideas, this army will never forget and never forgive Erdogan. The expected executions won\'t frighten the army but will exacerbate its hatred towards him.
Happy Sultan called the attempted coup \"a gift from God\". Me think it is a bell. It tolls for Erdogan.

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