Turkey decides to extend state of emergency for another three months

A day after voters delivered Erdogan an executive presidency, the Turkish government decided to extend the state of emergency in Turkey for another three months, Hurriyet Daily News reports. Ankara declared a state of emergency following last July’s coup attempt, and it has remained in place since then. Under the state of emergency, Ankara has carried out a massive purge in the name of fighting terrorism.

 

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