Turkish Leader Issues a Nationwide Text Calling for Loyalty

As a post-coup-attempt purge by the government intensified, Turkish officials assured citizens that the state of emergency would not trample on personal freedoms.


Erdogan Sends a Text Across Turkey, Urging Loyalty

As a post-coup-attempt purge by the government intensified, Turkish officials assured citizens that the state of emergency would not trample on personal freedoms.


Obama’s Support of Erdogan Is a Stark Reminder of Turkey’s Value to U.S.

The Turkish leader may be a bitter disappointment to Mr. Obama, but he is still better than other options in the chaotic landscape of the Middle East.


Erdogan Declares 3-Month State of Emergency in Turkey

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that he suspected foreign countries were involved in the attempt to topple his government.


Turkey Seeks to Rid Education of Erdogan Opponents After Coup Attempt

More than 15,000 workers in Turkey’s education ministry were suspended, 1,500 university deans were ordered to resign and 21,000 teachers lost their licenses.


Vast Purge in Turkey as Thousands Are Detained in Post-Coup Backlash

The Interior Ministry fired nearly 9,000 police officers on Monday, officials said, coming after the arrests of 6,000 military personnel and suspensions of nearly 3,000 judges.


Turkey Widens Purge as Crackdown Continues

The Interior Ministry fired nearly 9,000 police officers on Monday, officials said, coming after the arrests of 6,000 military personnel and suspensions of nearly 3,000 judges.


An Exiled Cleric Denies Playing a Leading Role in Coup Attempt

Fethullah Gulen, accused by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of inspiring an effort to overthrow the Turkish government, compared Mr. Erdogan’s government to that of Nazi-era Germany.


Turkey Rounds Up Thousands of Military Personnel

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government moved swiftly to re-establish control after the failure of the attempted coup.


Erdogan Demands Gulen’s Extradition

Speaking among his supporters at a rally in Istanbul on Saturday, the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, called on the United States to arrest or extradite Fethullah Gulen.


Turkey Detains Thousands in Military in Bid to Regain Control

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government moved swiftly to re-establish control after the failure of the attempted coup.


As Turkey Coup Unfolded, ‘the Whole Night Felt Like Doomsday’

Thousands of soldiers and officers were purged from the military as the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sought to assert control.


Turkey Detains Thousands of Military Personnel in Bid to Regain Control

By noon, there were few signs that those who had taken part in the coup attempt were still able to challenge the government, and many declared the uprising a failure.