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Afgambigii Dhicisoobay ee Turkiga 2016 (Turkey)
Taariikhda 15–16 July 2016
Goobta
Xaalka Afgambi dhicisoobay

Dhacdooyinka iyo natiijooyinka ugu waaweynaa:

Wada dagaalamay
Turkiga Golaha Nabadgalyada Turkiga

Caawinaad ka helay:
Gülen movement (eedeeysane [4][5]

Turkiga Jamhuuriyadda Turkiga
Hogaanka iyo saraakiisha
Fethullah Gülen (eedeeysane)[6]

Adil Öksüz (eedeeysane)[7]
Gen. Akın Öztürk (eedeeysane)[8]
SMC Xubin
Muharrem Köse (eedeeysane)
Gen. Adem Huduti
Commander of the Second Army
Lt. Gen. Metin İyidil
Brig.-Gen. Semih Terzi  
Brig.-Gen. Gökhan Şahin Sönmezateş
Col. Tanju Poshor

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Madaxweynaha Turkiga
Binali Yıldırım
Raysulwasaaraha Turkiga
Mehmet Celalettin Lekesiz
Agaasimaga guud ee ammaanka qaranka
Hakan Fidan
Taliyaha sirdiinka Turkiga
Gen. Hulusi Akar
Taliyaha Ilaalada
Gen. Ümit Dündar
Taliyaha Ciidanka Koowaad
Maj.-Gen. Zekai Aksakallı
Taliyaha Ciidanka Gaarka ah
Awooda
8,651 ciidan ah
1,676 NCOs
1,214 arday milatari
35 diyaaradood (24 diyaarado dagaal)
37 Ayrokobtar
74 Taankgi
246 gawaari gaashaaman
3 maraakiib dagaal[9][10]
La safnaa ciidamada, rayad
Khasaarada iyo dhaawaca
24–104 afganbiyeyaal ku dhintay,[11]
1 UH-60 ayrakobtar la soo riday (eedeeysane)[12]

311 (Wali lala'yahay)[13]

67 ciidmada dawladda taageersanaa ee la dilay (62 taliye boolic iyo 5 militari)[14]
179 civilians killed[14]
270–350 killed[14][15] and 2,185 wounded overall[16]

After the end of the coup:
15,846 detained[15] (10,012 soldiers, 1,481 Xubnaha cadaaladda)[17][18]
8,133 of the detained had been arrested[18] 48,222 government officials and workers suspended[19][20][21] 3 news agencies, 16 TV stations, 23 radio stations, 45 newspapers, 15 magazines and 29 publishers were ordered to shut down[22]


Waa iskuday inqilaab militari dhicisoobay oo ka dhacay dalka Turkiga 15kii bishii Luuliyo 2016kii. Isku daygaasi inqilaab kooxda soo maleegtay waxa ay gaysteen gumaad iyo falal arxan daro ah oo ay ka mid aheyd duqeyntii ay u geysteen Golaha Barlamaanka iyo Madaxtooyada dalkaasi. Waxaa soo maleegay inqilaabkaasi urur argagaxiso oo lagu magacaabo Dhaqdhaqaaqa Gulen.



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  5. News, B. B. C. "Turkey coup: What is Gulen movement and what does it want?". 
  6. "Most Turks believe a secretive Muslim sect was behind the failed coup". The Economist. 28 July 2016. Retrieved 30 July 2016. 
  7. "Theology assistant prof may be number one man of July 15 coup attempt: Columnist". Hürriyet Daily News. 4 August 2016. Retrieved 22 August 2016. 
  8. "İşte darbe girişiminin perde arkası". Hürriyet. 16 July 2016. Retrieved 18 July 2016. 
  9. "1.5 pct of military involved in failed coup: Gen. Staff". 
  10. "TAF RELEASES STATEMENT ON COUP ATTEMPT – Office of the Prime Minister – Directorate General of Press and Information". 
  11. News, ABC. "The Latest: Turkish Journalists Condemn Raids Against Media". 
  12. Axe, David (19 July 2016). "How Fighter Jets Almost Killed a President". 
  13. 311 soldiers still at large after failed coup in Turkey
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 "Turkey shuts 1,000 schools, arrests wanted cleric's nephew". 
  15. 15.0 15.1 "Erdogan back in Ankara as thousands hit by Turkey purge". 
  16. "President Erdogan: Another coup attempt in Turkey is possible". 
  17. "KUNA : 240 Turkey's regime supporters killed in failed coup attempt  – Security  – 19/07/2016". 
  18. 18.0 18.1 "LOCAL – Military says 8,651 soldiers participated in Turkey's coup attempt". 
  19. "208 people killed by coup attempters: Turkey's PM". 
  20. "MEB'te 15 bin kişi açığa alındı, 21 bin öğretmenin lisansı iptal" (in Turkish). NTV. Retrieved 19 July 2016. 
  21. "CRIME – Turkey says 103 generals, admirals detained after Turkey's failed coup attempt". 
  22. "Turkey shakes up military, closes media after coup bid". 

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  2. Sezer, Can; Dolan, David; Kasolowsky, Raissa (2016-07-20). "Turkey blocks access to WikiLeaks after ruling party email dump". Archived from the original on 2016-07-21. Retrieved 2016-07-21.