Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan marks sixth anniversary of defeated 2016 coup attempt by hailing nation for resilience in the face of terrorists.
As July 15 is remembered as Democracy and National Unity Day in Türkiye, here's a breakdown of the propaganda tool kit that the FETO terror group uses to incite hatred across the country.
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The suspects, in the capital Ankara, are part of a group of 71 FETO members, including 33 active-duty officials, who infiltrated the Justice Ministry, said the sources, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media.
To protect the country's democratic order, the Turkish people defeated the coup attempt in a remarkable fashion, inspiring the state to immediately put the accused on trial.
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The soldiers are accused of communicating with Fetullah Terrorist Organisation – a terror group behind 2016 defeated coup in the country – through pay phones and landline phones.
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