Thirty-three civilians, including businessmen and teachers, were detained as part of ongoing operations throughout Sunday and Saturday targeting the followers of the Gülen movement due to their use of a smart phone application known as ByLock.
- Turkish family arrested in Turkey after pushback by Greece
- Counter Terrorism Unit arrests Adana dentist on alleged Gulen links
- Wife of purge-victim Turkish businessman sent to prison in Gaziantep
- Purge-victim Turkish judge dies of cancer
- HDP deputy reports another suspicious death in Turkish prison
- Kurdish activist at risk of deportation to Turkey from Bosnia
- Imprisoned Kurdish man who has both hands amputated released from prison
- Imprisoned journalist on hunger strike in protest of detention without trial
- Opposition deputy says gov’t dismissed over 10,000 civil servants last week
- [BREAKING] Journalist Mehmet Gündem sent to prison
Turkey Purge monitors unlawful crackdown of Turkish government in the aftermath of the failed coup, maps human rights abuses, hate crime and hate speech against political dissent in the country.