Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Following a call from their President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, tens of thousands Turks flood the streets nationwide to celebrate democracy's victory over failed military coup. The crowds flooded main streets and squares of large cities, especially Istanbul, Turkey's biggest city, the capital Ankara, and third biggest city of İzmir.<span class="redactor-invisible-space"></span>

10:31 July 17, 2016 Yeni Şafak
Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Thousands take to streets across Turkey for democracy

Following a call from their President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, tens of thousands Turks flood the streets nationwide to celebrate democracy's victory over failed military coup. The crowds flooded main streets and squares of large cities, especially Istanbul, Turkey's biggest city, the capital Ankara, and third biggest city of İzmir. Following a call from their President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, tens of thousands Turks flood the streets nationwide to celebrate democracy's victory over failed military coup. The crowds flooded main streets and squares of large cities, especially Istanbul, Turkey's biggest city, the capital Ankara, and third biggest city of İzmir.
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