Turkish regime issues arrest warrant for 13 on-duty personnel of the Turkish Naval Forces

Turkish regime's authorities on Wednesday issued arrest warrants for 31 people over their alleged links to the Fetullah Organization, the group that was accused of being behind the 2016 defeated coup.

Prosecutors in Ankara issued warrants for the suspects, including 13 on-duty personnel of the Turkish Naval Forces and Coast Guard Command.

Since the 2016 defeated coup, Erdogan's regime arrested over 80.000 people and expelled 150.000 employees from civilian and military institutes.

Basma Qaddour  

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