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Turkey detaining two more suspected coup plotters. The Commandos were allegedly part of an attempt to seize President Tayyip Erdogan. Local media say they were members of a group that stormed his hotel on the night of the failed putsch, only to find Erdogan had already fled.
The new arrests bring to 11 the number of people held over the attempted abduction. Their detention comes after a massive man hunt involving the army and police. It's part of a wider crack down. On Sunday, Turkey dismissed another 1,400 soldiers and stacked a top military counsel with government ministers.
In all, more than 60,000 people in the Armed Forces, judiciary, civil service, or schools now detained or suspended from work