Turkish Authorities Issue Arrest Warrants for 380 BusinessmenSoutheast Europe | January 5, 2017, Thursday // 17:13| views
Turkish prosecutors have issued arrest warrants for 380 businessmen, reported Reuters.
They have been indicted on charges of having provided financial assistance to the network of Fethullah Gulen, who is claimed to be responsible for the organised coup attempt which killed 240 people.
According to Anadolu state agency, the prosecutors have issued search warrants for the offices and homes of the suspected.
Gulen, who lives in Pennsylvania, denies adamantly that he has been involved in the coup attempt.
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