Поредна нощ на празненства в Турция след осуетяването на преврата

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim greeted thousands of pro-government supporters in the early hours of Monday morning in Ankara’s Kizilay Square, following Friday’s failed coup attempt and the subsequent government crackdown.
Yildirim thanked those who had helped to defeat the attempted military coup, declaring July 15 "Democracy Fest Day", an annual national holiday in remembrance of the event.
At least 265 people were killed in the attempted military coup, many of them civilians, with over 1,500 injured. The government's response to Friday's actions has been swift, with some 6,000 people detained including high-ranking soldiers and judges, according to Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag.