A broad and aggressive crackdown by the Erdogan government in the 72 hours since the failed Friday coup d'etat has targeted tens of thousands of people, with some 8,000 people detained and many thousands more fired or otherwise targeted as suspects.
A J&K government spokesman here said that all educational institutions in the Valley which were to reopen on Monday after two-week long summer break will now remain closed for one more week and reopen on July 25. While mobile telephony, except BSNL mobiles, is suspended across Kashmir for the past eight days, the mobile Internet services have also been downed across the Valley.
Turkish citizens wave their national flags as they protest against the military coup outside Turkey's parliament near the Turkish military headquarters in Ankara, Turkey. More than 100 coup plotters were also killed, the military said. Mr Yildirim said 232 people were killed in Friday night's violence: 208 of them were civilians, police and loyalist soldiers, and a further 24 were coup plotters.
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Both Ms Mogherini and Mr Kerry reiterated the trans-Atlantic support for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's democratically-elected government. Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) said the response to the failed coup attempt must be conducted within the rule of law and that the plotters and those who helped them must be tried in the courts.
Ms Hanson responded to laughter from the audience: "Are you a Muslim? ". He said he was "hopeful" Ms Hanson would seize the opportunity. "At the same time [in light of] the campaigns someone like Pauline Hanson might run it's understandable why people might have such thoughts and positions".