Year after Turkish coup, thousands feel wrongfully punished
By MEHMET GUZEL and AYSE WIETING
Published July 13, 2017
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey – Abdullah Korkmaz worked as a teacher and elementary school principal in Turkey for 18 years before he was caught up, like more than 100,000 other public sector workers, in the expansive crackdown on civil servants that followed an attempted military coup a year ago.
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