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Turkey’s Prime Minister Says 232 Killed in Failed Coup
Associated Press  Jared Malsin @jmalsin  7:07 AM ET Updated: 7:38 AM ET

Some 27 generals and admirals being questioned over the uprising

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said Monday a total of 232 individuals were killed during a failed coup attempt, as a soldier opened fire outside a courthouse in Ankara where the Turkish government continues to round up thousands of suspected plotters.

Yildirim said the toll comprises “208 martyrs” —145 civilians, 60 police officers and three soldiers — and 24 coup plotters. With a cracked voice and tears, he repeated a question his grandson had put to him: “Why are they killing people?” He put the total numbers of detentions since Friday’s tumultuous night at 7,543, including 6,030 military.

In Ankara the alleged attacker was detained, a government official said. The gunfire signaled ongoing pockets of resistance among the coup plotters as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his administration implemented a sweeping clampdown within state institutions.
Television footage showed security forces in Ankara sweeping a street near the location of the shooting, ordering a driver out of his car and on to the ground, while a siren blared. Turkey’s Hurriyet newspaper said the shooter was a military official who took a hostage while resisting arrest. There were conflicting reports about whether there were casualties.

The state-run Anadolu Agency said a group of 27 generals and admirals questioned by prosecutors in Ankara includes former Air Force commander Gen. Akin Ozturk, who has been described as the ringleader of the foiled uprising. Ozturk, who remained in active duty, has denied he was involved and insisted he worked to quell the uprising in statements he made to Turkish media.

Meanwhile warplanes patrolled Turkey’s skies days after a failed coup, in a sign that authorities feared that the threat against the government was not yet over. A senior official said F-16 jets guarded the Turkish airspace overnight, after a faction within the military launched an attempted coup late Friday against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The official spoke on condition of anonymity in line with government rules.

The state-run news agency, Anadolu Agency, said Erdogan ordered the overnight patrol by F-16s “for the control of the airspace and security.”

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