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When parts of the military staged a coup in Turkey on Friday, their goal was to dislodge President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from power. But the opposite is happening: Erdogan is using the opportunity to uproot his opposition. Read our report from inside Turkey.
Our first report from Istanbul
With a military coup unfolding in Turkey, it’s useful to read this piece we published back in May — noting the possibility of a coup and providing context.