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Venezuela accuses US of ordering coup
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday accused the United States of ordering a coup against his government and called for a "total revision" of ties with the US.
Gabon says coup bid thwarted, as president abroad
A group of soldiers sought to take power in Gabon on Monday while the country's ailing president was abroad, but the government declared the bid had failed and the rebels had been arrested.
Turkish authorities detain 60 over alleged Gulen links
Turkish authorities on Monday detained 51 soldiers and nine others over alleged links to the US-based cleric who Ankara says orchestrated the failed coup in 2016 against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Istanbul police said.
Zarif rules out US dreams of repeating 1953 coup in Iran
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a Twitter message on Sunday ruled out the United States dreams of launching a new coup in Iran similar to that engineered by Washington against the country in 1953.
A glance at historical documents of 1953 Iran coup
As a historical event, the August 19, 1953 coup against the government of then democratically-elected prime minister Mohammad Mosaddeq is inextricably interlinked with Iran’s ongoing situation.
Turkish court sentences 72 defendants to life in coup bridge trial
A Turkish court sentenced 72 defendants to life in prison on Thursday for their roles in clashes on a suspension bridge in Istanbul in which 34 people were killed during an attempted coup two years ago, according to state-run Anadolu agency.
Turkish police detain 47 suspected coup supporters
Turkish police detained 47 people in an operation targeting alleged supporters within the army of a network accused by Ankara of orchestrating a failed military coup two years ago, private broadcaster CNN Turk said on Saturday.
Turkish courts handed jail terms to over 2,000 suspects over failed coup: Justice minister
Turkey says its courts have so far handed prison terms for more than 2,000 people suspected of having links to a failed coup against the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan two years ago.
Amnesty accuses Ankara of creating ‘climate of fear’ after coup attempt
Amnesty International has accused the Turkish government of creating a “suffocating climate of fear” across the country and launching a campaign of repression against human rights activists after a botched coup to topple Turkish President Recep Tayyep Erdogan in 2016.
Turkey says 80 suspects from 18 countries snatched over 2016 failed coup
Turkish intelligence agents have so far snatched 80 citizens from 18 countries as part of an extensive operation against suspected members of the outlawed Fethullah Gulen movement, which is blamed by Ankara of having orchestrated a coup attempt in the Anatolian country two years ago.
Turkish authorities issue detention warrant for 346 over links to failed coup
Turkish prosecutors have issued detention warrants for 346 individuals over suspected links to the so-called Fetullah Terrorist Organization (FETO), which is accused by Ankara of orchestrating a failed military coup in mid-2016 in the Anatolian country.
Maldives president orders investigation into ‘coup’
The president of the Maldives said Tuesday he ordered a state of emergency to investigate "this plot, this coup" involving a Supreme Court ruling last week that ordered the release of imprisoned opposition leaders, including many of his political rivals.
Turkish police arrest 15 senior officers in Gulen probe
Turkish police arrested 15 senior military officers in an investigation into the network of a US-based cleric who Ankara accuses of orchestrating last year’s attempted coup, state-run Anadolu Agency said on Friday.
Turkey issues arrest warrants for 360 coup suspects
Turkish prosecutors issued detention warrants for 360 people in an operation targeting supporters of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen within the army, state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Wednesday.
Politics of control: Zimbabwe’s military intervention ‘bloodless correction’ or coup?
Zimbabwe’s military forces placed President Robert Mugabe and his wife under house arrest and sent armoured personnel carriers into the capital to cement control on Wednesday.

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