President Erdogan (centre) told his cheering supporters that the army must be cleansed
Daily Mail: 'They will pay a heavy price for their treason': Turkish soldiers surrender after their military coup fails, ending with 60 dead, 750 security forces detained and President Erdogan vowing revenge
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* Turkish troops launched an unsuccessful military coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government
* At least 60 were killed in the bloody uprising as Erdogan supporters clashed with the military rebels on Friday
* The Turkish parliamentary building was bombed and both police and citizens were gunned down in the streets
* President Erdogan has sworn revenge on those responsible as he blamed Fethullah Gulen in Philadelphia
* 'What is being perpetrated is a rebellion and a treason,' he said warning there would be a 'heavy price' to pay
* Martial law and a curfew was imposed during conflict as U.S. citizens were warned to seek shelter and stay there
President Erdogan has vowed revenge for the bloody military coup that killed at least 60 people after his supporters clashed with the rebel forces in the streets of Turkey.
The Turkish president warned that the members of the military behind the plot to oust him would pay a 'heavy price for their treason' as he blamed his rival Fethullah Gulen for orchestrating the uprising.
Muslim cleric Gulen, who lives in self-imposed exile in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania as the head of a billion dollar religious movement, has often been the scapegoat for political unrest.
As President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made his triumphant return back to Istanbul after his forces quelled the coup on Friday evening, he told the gathered masses as Ataturk Airport that those loyal to Gulen had 'penetrated the Armed Forces and the police, among other government agencies, over the past 40 years.'
'What is being perpetrated is a rebellion and a treason,' Mr. Erdogan said. 'They will pay a heavy price for their treason to Turkey.'
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