The Turkish military announced it was seizing power in the country “to protect the democratic order and to maintain human rights.”

Turkish security officers detainunknown individuals on the side of the road on July 15, 2016 in Istanbul, during a security shutdown of the Bosphorus Bridge. © Bulent Kilic / AFP


Turkey's administration seems to have been ousted in an overthrow, as the military asserted taking control over the nation. 

"Turkish Military have totally assumed control over the organization of the nation to restore established request, human rights and opportunities, the principle of law and the general security that was harmed," the military said in an announcement. "Every single universal assention are still substantial. We trust that the greater part of our great associations with all nations will proceed." 

Vigorously furnished warriors and military vehicles shut the two principle spans in Istanbul Friday evening, keeping in mind low-flying military planes could be heard overhead. 

Around midnight neighborhood time, a TRT stay declared the nation was currently keep running by a "Peace Gathering" that will guarantee the wellbeing of the populace. 

Tanks have been posted outside Istanbul's Ataturk Global Airplane terminal and in different areas in the city. 



Access to Twitter, Facebook and YouTube is being blocked, while the state-claimed TRT TV has gone off the air, as indicated by reports from inside Turkey. It's site indicates climate. 

"A few people wrongfully embraced an illicit activity outside of the hierarchy of leadership," Head administrator Bulent Yildirim said, in remarks telecast by private station NTV. 

President Recep Erdogan is purportedly on an excursion in the southern Turkish resort town of Bodrum. 

About thirty minutes after 12 pm nearby time on Saturday, Erdogan showed up on CNN Turk (by means of Skype), issuing an announcement accusing "parallel state" for the upset, calling for individuals to take to the lanes, and vowing "We will beat this." 

Tanks have been posted outside Istanbul's Ataturk Global Air terminal, while defensively covered vehicles were captured outside TRT workplaces. 

All flights from Istanbul's Ataturk Global Air terminal have been wiped out, Reuters reported refering to a witness. 

The Turkish military declared it was seizing power in the nation "to ensure the law based request and to keep up human rights." 

Individuals are remaining in lines to get cash from ATM's. 

US Secretary of State John Kerry said he seeks after "peace and congruity" in Turkey, AFP reported.

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