Fate Of Samuel Eto's Charity Match Uncertain As Turkey's military claims to 'fully control' country after coup

Turkey's military has officially declared a coup and said that it has "taken control of the country", shutting down major bridges and Istanbul's main airport.

Turkey ‘coup attempt’ underway – prime minister

The Turkish military has released a statement saying they have taken control of the country in the name of democratic order, although Prime Minister Binali Yildirim warns that it is wrong to refer to the events as a coup.

Military say they have taken control
PM confirms coup attempt underway
Istanbul bridges closed
Social media blocked

Binali Yildirim added that the military are acting outside the chain of command and security forces are working to resolve the situation.

“The government elected by the people remains in charge. This government will only go when the people say so,” he remarked earlier. He said those responsible for the attempted coup will “pay the highest price”.

YIldirim insisted that the government remained in power, although unnamed military sources said that it had taken over for “democratic order”.

The fate of a charity match organized by Cameroonian superstar Samuel Eto'o which was to go on tomorrow Saturday remains uncertain as all main airports into the country have been closed.All international flights cancelled.

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