At least eight people are believed to have been killed, and a further 60 injured, following a bomb blast, at a wedding, in Turkey.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has, during a discussion on national television, urged the Turkish people to go to the streets.
The Turkish military have declared martial law and imposed a curfew, according to a statement by state-run broadcaster TRT.
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.
At least 28 Islamic State militants have reportedly been killed, following shelling by Turkish forces, near the northern Syrian city of Aleppo.
At least 12 people have died, and dozens more have been hospitalised, from poisoning, after consuming bootleg alcohol, in Turkey.
A Turkish soldier has been killed, and another injured, following gunfire from the Syrian side of the Turkish border, near the town of Kilis.
Bomb blasts, detonated simultaneously at two pro-Kurdish party offices in two southern cities in Turkey, have wounded at least six people.
A snowstorm in the Turkish city of Istanbul has grounded flights in and out of the city’s airport, as well as closing the major Bosphorus shipping lane.