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Pro-Erdogan supporters gesture and hold Tukish flags during a rally against the military coup on Taksim square in Istanbul on July 23, 2016. Turkey pushed on with a sweeping crackdown against suspected plotters of its failed coup, defiantly telling EU critics it had no choice but to root out hidden enemies. Using new emergency powers, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's cabinet decreed that police could now hold suspects for one month without charge, and also announced it would shut down over 1,000 private schools it deems subversive. / AFP / OZAN KOSE (Photo credit should read OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)

Pro-Erdogan supporters gesture and hold Tukish flags during a rally against the military coup on Taksim square in Istanbul on July 23, 2016. 
Turkey pushed on with a sweeping crackdown against suspected plotters of its failed coup, defiantly telling EU critics it had no choice but to root out hidden enemies. Using new emergency powers, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's cabinet decreed that police could now hold suspects for one month without charge, and also announced it would shut down over 1,000 private schools it deems subversive.  / AFP / OZAN KOSE        (Photo credit should read OZAN KOSE/AFP/Getty Images)