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Turkey in chaos after coup attempt

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People gather for celebration around Turkish police officers, loyal to the government, standing atop tanks abandoned by Turkish Army officers, against a backdrop of Istanbul's iconic Bosporus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared he is in control of the country early Saturday as loyal military and police forces quashed a coup attempt during a night of explosions, air battles and gunfire that left dozens dead. Photo: Getty Images
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Turkish security officers detain Turkish police officers (in black) in Istanbul, during a security shutdown of the Bosphorus Bridge on Friday.
Turkish internal security officers pass a Turkish soldier in Istanbul, during a security shutdown of the Bosphorus Bridge on Friday.
A man poses with the flag of Turkey in front of a damaged car, crashed by a military tank as people gather in Kizilay Square to protest against a military coup in Ankara, Turkey.
People protesting against the coup, try to protect themselves during a firefight between police and army forces in Istanbul.
Smoke billows from the direction of the Presidential Palace in Ankara on Saturday.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addresses during an attempted coup, in Istanbul.
Bullet cases from clashes are seen on the ground onBosphorus bridge in Istanbul,Turkey. Istanbul's bridges across the Bosphorus, the strait separating the European and Asian sides of the city, have been closed to traffic. The Army coup attempt left with at least 90 dead and 1,154 injured in overnight clashes in Istanbul and Ankara. Photo: Getty Images
Still frame taken from video shows Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan speaking via a Facetime video connection to address the nation during an attempted coup, in Marmais, Turkey, on Saturday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is seen amid his supporters at the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on Saturday.
Supporters of Tukish President Tayyip Erdogan celebrate after soldiers involved in the coup surrendered on the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul on Saturday.
Clothes and weapons beloging to surrendered soldiers involved in the coup attempt lie on the ground abandoned on the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul on Saturday.
Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim speaks during a news conference, following an overnight attempted Turkish military coup, in Ankara on Saturday.
People walk through Istanbul's Taksim square on Saturday. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared he is in control of the country early Saturday as loyal military and police forces quashed a coup attempt during a night of explosions, air battles and gunfire that left dozens dead.
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