President of Turkey and ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party chair Recep Tayyip Erdogan makes a speech during the AK Party's extended provincial heads meeting at party headquarters, in Ankara on December 6, 2018. / AFP / ADEM ALTAN
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Turkish police Friday arrested dozens of military personnel in another round of nationwide raids against people with alleged links to the group blamed for the 2016 failed coup, state media reported.Forty-one suspects had been detained by late Friday morning, according to state news agency Anadolu, after the Ankara public prosecutor ordered arrest warrants for 87 former non-commissioned officers in the Turkish airforce.The latest detentions come after Turkish police detained nearly 140 people across the country on Tuesday over suspected links to Gulen after nearly 300 arrest warrants had been issued by different prosecutors.
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