The Turkish president has demanded the U.S. extradite Fethullah Gulen, who Erdogan has accused of plotting a coup against him.
U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen is a foe of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.
The Canadian prime minister's comments were the first acknowledgment by a Western nation that it had received the audio recordings.
Erdogan couldn’t grab Enes Kanter, for now.
This Turkish attack represents a clear failure of Donald Trump’s foreign policy.
The government's crackdown on groups with ties to "terrorism" is in response to a failed coup attempt in July.
The pair will face trial for "trying to overthrow the government."
The Justice Ministry has requested Gulen’s arrest for “ordering and leading the coup attempt,” NTV says.
In the movie Judgment at Nuremberg, a Nazi judge has to answer for sacrificing an innocent man to appease the bloodlust of an angry crowd, swearing he had no idea how it would lead to the Holocaust.