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Turkish police detained dozens of people suspected of arranging marriages for the group blamed for last year's failed coup after officers launched raids across 20 cities, state media reported Monday.Gulen vehemently denies the accusations.The government also refers to the organization as the "Fethullah Terrorist Organization" (FETO) although Gulen rejects the term.Since July 2016, over 55,000 people have been arrested over coup links while more than 140,000 public sector employees have been sacked or suspended.Separately Monday, Turkey released German journalist Mesale Tolu after nearly eight months in prison on the condition that she does not leave the country, German government officials said.
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