A bomb has reportedly been thrown at the Turkish parliament building, in the capital, Ankara, amidst an ongoing military coup. Advertisements
Reports have suggested that there have been casualties following clashes, during an ongoing military coup in Turkey, including reports of 17 police officers having been killed in the coup attempt.
Reports have suggested that hostages have been taken by those involved in the coup, in the Turkish capital, Ankara, including the military chief-of-staff.
Turkish warplanes have reportedly targeted Kurdish militants in the country’s restive southeastern region, killing at least 27 people.
Turkish forces have shot down a Russian warplane, near the country’s border with Syria, claiming the jet had repeatedly violated Turkish airspace.
Militants, suspected to be members of Kurdish PKK, have attacked a military outpost and police car in southeastern Turkey, killing a policeman.
At least two people have been killed, and more than 100 others injured, following two blasts at a Kurdish rally in southern Turkey, just two days before a general election.