(via Scott Horton)Footage from Ankara shows helicopter firing to disperse crowd. pic.twitter.com/AgmYhoHtmf via @agirecudi— Has Avrat (@hasavrat) July 15, 2016
3rd Army Commander on Live TV orders all soldiers of 3rd army to return to bases or face prosecution
Leading opposition parties denounce mutineers. This helps government. But TV stations going on and off air. Suggests ongoing struggles.— Timur Kuran (@timurkuran) July 15, 2016
UPDATE 3Mounting evidence that coup is failing. If accurate, ultimate result may be harsher repression, more witch hunts, stronger president.— Timur Kuran (@timurkuran) July 15, 2016
Turkish national intelligence spokesman says coup attempt has been "repelled."
Explosion reported at Turkey parliament building.
Via CNN: Aftermath of gunfire. WARNING GRAPHIC
UPDATE 6#CNN captures LIVE aftermath of gunfire in #Istanbul, #Turkey— )))Third Position((( (@Third_Position) July 15, 2016
(WARNING: Graphic Content) pic.twitter.com/Zg3okbspv5
Coup d'État: A Practical Handbook by Edward N. Luttwak
Turkish State TV back on air, anchor says she read military coup statement under gun threat.
UPDATE 10Looks to me like Turkish coup failing. Pentagon may have backed plotters. If he survives Erdogan will emerge stronger and uproot plotters— Eric Margolis (@ericmargolis) July 15, 2016
UPDATE 11BREAKING A group of soldiers landed in Dogan Media Center where @cnnturk is based. They have entered the studio. pic.twitter.com/D2QMF6s8Xt— CNN Türk ENG (@CNNTURK_ENG) July 16, 2016
BREAKING: Turkish Parliament being bombed now pic.twitter.com/5RIeQgtN4f— The Int'l Spectator (@intlspectator) July 16, 2016
UPDATE 13President who banned Twitter takes to Twitter to save his job. pic.twitter.com/JWnAtJl80W— Benn Steil (@BennSteil) July 16, 2016
State-run Anadolu Agency reports 754 members of armed forces detained across Turkey following coup attempt.