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Live updates: Erdogan vows revenge after Turkey coup attempt

Here are the latest developments following Friday's failed coup attempt in Turkey:

  • Turkey has arrested some 6,000 people and suspended nearly 8,000 police officers
  • The country's president has vowed revenge and hinted he could bring back the death penalty
  • John Kerry and Boris Johnson have urged Erdogan to show restraint
  • Turkey has called on the US to extradite Fethullah Gulen who it blames for the plot
  • The Foreign Office has told Britons that the situation is still "volatile"
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Flights to resume between US and Turkey after failed coup

Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul. Credit: Reuters

Flights are to resume between Turkey and the United States following last week's attempted coup in the country.

Following the failed overthrowing of the Turkish government, the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) prohibited all airlines from flying between the two countries on Saturday.

But on Monday the FAA said it had lifted restrictions on all flights to and from Turkey.

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