It is the latest move against followers of Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen
The raids were a further salvo in President Tayyip Erdogan's campaign against supporters of Fethullah Gulen
The raids were a further salvo in President Erdogan's campaign against supporters of his ally turned arch-foe Gulen.
Ekrem Dumanli was to be freed but Samanyolu TV (STV) chief Hidayet Karaca was placed under arrest
The foreign ministry declined to comment but government officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, defended the move
Erdogan vowed to press his battle with Gulen of plotting against him in his final year as prime minister
At least 25 police officers were detained in 14 provinces across the country, Turkey's state-run TRT channel reported
The Gulen Movement is accused of plotting to overthrow the government
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