Over 9,000 people, mostly in the military, have been arrested in the aftermath of the coup attempt, while thousands more have been detained.
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While polls show a majority of the country in support of Erdogan's purge, an Istanbul grave site where a soldier was buried without religious rites have many asking if revenge has gone too far.
President Hassan Rouhani will likely seek another four-year term to push ahead with reforms.
Zaman, which was linked to Fethullah Gulen's religious movement, was raided by police and seized by the government in March as part of a clampdown on the group.
'If the coup had been a success, the revolution in Syria would be dead, because Turkey wouldn't support it anymore,' says Omar, one of the many Syrian refugees who took up arms for Erdogan on the night of the attempted military coup.
Car bomb and motorbike bomb kill dozens and wounds 170 in northeastern Syria in an attack on Kurdish security forces.
The Obama administration last week slapped sanctions on the three, saying they are based in Iran, which it accused of helping transfer money and fighters from South Asia to the Mideast.
Here are some of the deadliest recent strikes claimed by ISIS, or linked to the extremist group, around the world.
The three-story Abdali Mall is seen as a trailblazer in conserving what resource-poor Jordan lacks most — water and energy. It’s also part of a growing movement to build with local materials.
The influence of U.S.-based cleric Fetullah Gulen over Turkey’s religious elite still a major concern of Erdogan government.