coup Turkey attempt: Charges laid against 99 generals and admirals
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan presides over an emergency meeting of the National Security Council,
is expected to be made later in the more ads on Wednesday.
Once it became clear that the coup had failed,
and began cleansing operations – for the first time with the security forces,
and then spread to civilian infrastructure in Turkey as a whole.
and being the extension of cleansing to censor the media,
journalists and the media, including those who criticize the government’s policy operations has warned.
“We are seeing exceptional dimensions campaign in Turkey at the moment.
“While it is understandable and legitimate,
that the government is willing to investigate and punish those responsible for the bloody coup attempt,
must adhere to the rule of law and respect for freedom of expression,
” said the researcher, Amnesty International Turkey Andrew Gardner.
Turkey has spread far beyond the obvious to the education sector in the desire to root out supporters of Gulen.
Higher Education Council
and asked university presidents to “urgent study of the situation of all academic and administrative staff” linked to what it calls terrorist organization Fathallah (Vito)
and report by August 5.
He also said that university academics who are already abroad to work or study missions must return to their homes “as soon as possible.”
A government official told Reuters news agency that the ban
on academics to travel abroad was a temporary measure implemented to stop the alleged masterminds of the coup in universities from fleeing abroad.
Police confirm Winnipeg that the victim of the fatal stabbing was once a center of high-profile case against the Ku Klux Klan.
but investigators do not believe his death was connected to racial past.
James Edsel Tucker died (45 years) in the hospital after being found with stab wounds in an apartment early Thursday.
Jason Michalyshen says Tucker has changed his name, and used to be William James Harcus.
He was tried Harcus and
two others in 1992 on charges of promoting hatred in relation to the alleged activities on behalf of the Klan in Manitoba.
but has not proceeded with charges amid allegations of police misconduct.
It was a hot racial telephone line, which was connected with this case is also the subject of a Canadian Human Rights Tribunal hearing later that year.
which ended with the court ordering the Klan to stop using the phone to promote hatred.
Two suspects have been charged with murder of the second degree in the death of Tucker. Police alleging death after a deal to buy drugs.
“This incident has to do with his past Nothing”,
Michalyshen Sunday, referring to the killings that investigators did not believe that Tucker has recently been active with the racist movement.
Police say two men showed up Thursday in an apartment Winnipeg
when they encountered a resident at the age of 37 years.
They were armed men, police say, they assaulted the man before it was forced inside.
When faced with Tucker men,
police say that there is a fight and he was stabbed.
In addition to the murder charges, the suspects
, Archie Martin Fleet, 22, and Joshua Evans, 24, also faces charges including robbery with a firearm,
kidnapping with a firearm, sexual assault, assault with a weapon.
Both Fleet and Evans was ordered in custody awaiting a court appearance in these allegations.
Michalyshen did not know when Tucker changed his name from Harcus.
Complaints to the Human Rights Commission in 1992 claimed Hotline KKK –
which operates in Winnipeg between
Some messages directly targeted members of the local anti-racist movement, claimed his accusers.