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Why the Turkish Coup Will Likely Fail

Jul 16, 2016 | 00:02 GMT
Why the Turkish Coup Will Likely Fail
Turkish armored personnel carriers move through the streets of Istanbul in the early hours of July 16. The plotters of the coup had the element of surprise on their side, but the attempt is already starting to fray.
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Turkey’s coup plotters certainly had the element of surprise working in their favor. The speed in which the military deployed in major cities and took control of critical power nodes showed a high degree of organization and efficiency. But the coup attempt is already starting to fray. ...

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