Turkey issued warrants for the arrest 189 of lawyers suspected of having links with the opposition Islamic preacher Fethullah gülen. On Wednesday, June 14, according to Reuters.
Anti-terrorism raids took place in eight Turkish provinces. It is noted that the detained 78 people. Presumably, many of the suspects have installed on their smartphones app messaging ByLock. It was used by rebels during a coup attempt on 15 July last year.
July 15, 2016 in Turkey, there was a coup which took the lives of 248 people, more than 2.7 thousand were injured. After these events, the country held mass purges in government, the security services, courts, army, educational institutions.
Ankara has accused of organizing the mutiny Gulen living in the United States since 1999. The preacher insists on his innocence to the coup attempt.