A tank drives on streets in Ankara, Turkey as people protest against military coup on July 16, 2016. / AFP / ADEM ALTAN
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Turkey Monday began pulling out tanks and other military vehicles from bases in its main cities in line with an order to move all barracks outside Istanbul and Ankara following the failed July 15 coup.Military barracks and bases on the outskirts of Ankara and Istanbul were one of the main hubs of the foiled coup, from where tanks and units of rebel soldiers moved in a bid to seize key positions in Turkey's two main cities.In Ankara, six trucks carrying four tanks and four armored personnel carries pulled out of a base in the district of Etimesgut for Sereflikochisar to the south.Reports have said hundreds of armored vehicles and tanks will have to be withdrawn from each base.
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