Control across Turkey restored but some coup plotters at large

By REUTERS
July 17, 2016 12:25

 
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ISTANBUL - The government's control has been restored across Turkey and although a few groups of coup plotters are holding out in Istanbul, they no longer pose a risk, a senior official told Reuters on Sunday.

There are also a few important members of the military who have not been captured, the official said, adding that they looked likely to be caught soon.

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