Turkish prosecutor’s office orders 148 military officers arrested for alleged coup plotting


Turkish police on Wednesday launched an operation, ordered by the Izmir public prosecutor’s office, to arrest 148 military personnel for allegedly belonging to the brotherhood of exiled preacher Fethullah Gülen, whom the Turkish government accuses of instigating the failed 2016 coup. The operation extends to 47 of the country’s 81 provinces, public broadcaster TRT reported. Among the suspects are eight captains, a colonel and a dozen military school officials. On February 2, 294 Turkish military and civil servants were arrested in another major operation on suspicion of links to the alleged coup plotters. Following the failed coup attempt, whose top military leaders have…

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