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Mystery of 14 Turkish navy ships 'still missing' after failed coup and
a commander who has not been seen in four days

Fourteen navy ships are reportedly missing following the Turkey
coup
They have failed to return to their ports and could be headed to
Greece
Commander of the navy Admiral Veysel Kosele also remains missing

By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline

Published: 08:48 GMT, 19 July 2016 | Updated: 20:44 GMT, 19 July 2016

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More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and
remain unaccounted for following the botched military coup.

The commander of the Turkish navy Admiral Veysel Kosele also remains
missing, having been out of contact since Friday evening.

It is unclear if he was part of the coup attempt or if he is being held
against his will after local media reports said he was tricked into
boarding one of the missing ships after being told there was a
terrorist attack.
More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and
remain unaccounted for following the botched military coup (file
picture)

More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and
remain unaccounted for following the botched military coup (file
picture)

According to the Times, the 14 missing ships were on active duty in
either the Aegean or Black Sea on Friday.

They have failed to return to their ports even though they are likely
to be traceable through radar on satellite.
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It has prompted speculation that the ships may be on their way to Greek
ports where the sailors will attempt to seek asylum.

The Turkish government refused to comment on the but told the
newspaper: 'We assess that there are sleeper cells that might try to
hijack helicopters or engage in other violent acts against peaceful
demonstrators and government buildings.'

Meanwhile eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to
Greece amid the coup have tried to claim asylum in the country.

Today they will appear before immigration authorities for interviews on
their applications.
Eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid the
coup have tried to claim asylum in the country. One is pictured being
led into a court in the Greek city of Alexandroupolis

Eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid the
coup have tried to claim asylum in the country. One is pictured being
led into a court in the Greek city of Alexandroupolis

The eight were being interviewed today near the north-eastern city of
Alexandroupolis.

One of their lawyers has said they deny involvement in Friday's
attempted coup in Turkey, saying the helicopter had been used to
transport wounded and had come under fire from police, at which point
they fled fearing for their lives.

Turkey is seeking their return and Greece has said their asylum
applications must be examined under international law, but the fact
that they are accused of participating in a coup would be taken into
account.

The eight face trial on Thursday for illegal entry into Greece.

Meanwhile the former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk has confessed
to prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple
the government over the weekend, the state-run Anadolu Agency reports.

General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted
with intention to stage a coup'.
Former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk, centre, has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government

Former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk, centre, has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government
General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted
with intention to stage a coup'

General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted
with intention to stage a coup'

Earlier today officials accused of masterminding the uprising,
including Ozturk, were paraded on camera with their hands bound and
ordered to give their name and rank before being taken to be
interrogated.

Photographs appeared to show several injuries to Gen Ozturk's head and
upper body.

More than 200 people were killed after a faction in the military
launched the coup attempt on Friday night, sealing off a bridge across
the Bosphorus, trying to capture Istanbul's main airport and sending
tanks to parliament in Ankara.

General Ozturk had earlier denied any involvement in the coup attempt
and insisted he worked to stop it.

Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan faced down the coup bid late on Friday
by elements in the military disgruntled with his 13-year rule.

However, a a US-based Turkish cleric accused of plotting the coup to
overthrow the Ankara government has said President Erdogan staged the
rebellion himself to justify a major clampdown on opposition forces.
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Mystery of 14 Turkish navy ships 'still missing' after failed coup and a
commander who has not been seen in four days
Fourteen navy ships are reportedly missing following the Turkey coup
They have failed to return to their ports and could be headed to Greece
Commander of the navy Admiral Veysel Kosele also remains missing
By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline
Published: 08:48 GMT, 19 July 2016 | Updated: 20:44 GMT, 19 July 2016
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More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and remain
unaccounted for following the botched military coup.
The commander of the Turkish navy Admiral Veysel Kosele also remains missing,
having been out of contact since Friday evening.
It is unclear if he was part of the coup attempt or if he is being held
against his will after local media reports said he was tricked into boarding
one of the missing ships after being told there was a terrorist attack.
More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and remain
unaccounted for following the botched military coup (file picture)
More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and remain
unaccounted for following the botched military coup (file picture)
According to the Times, the 14 missing ships were on active duty in either
the Aegean or Black Sea on Friday.
They have failed to return to their ports even though they are likely to be
traceable through radar on satellite.
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It has prompted speculation that the ships may be on their way to Greek ports
where the sailors will attempt to seek asylum.
The Turkish government refused to comment on the but told the newspaper: 'We
assess that there are sleeper cells that might try to hijack helicopters or
engage in other violent acts against peaceful demonstrators and government
buildings.'
Meanwhile eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid
the coup have tried to claim asylum in the country.
Today they will appear before immigration authorities for interviews on their
applications.
Eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid the coup
have tried to claim asylum in the country. One is pictured being led into a
court in the Greek city of Alexandroupolis
Eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid the coup
have tried to claim asylum in the country. One is pictured being led into a
court in the Greek city of Alexandroupolis
The eight were being interviewed today near the north-eastern city of
Alexandroupolis.
One of their lawyers has said they deny involvement in Friday's attempted
coup in Turkey, saying the helicopter had been used to transport wounded and
had come under fire from police, at which point they fled fearing for their
lives.
Turkey is seeking their return and Greece has said their asylum applications
must be examined under international law, but the fact that they are accused
of participating in a coup would be taken into account.
The eight face trial on Thursday for illegal entry into Greece.
Meanwhile the former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government over the weekend, the state-run Anadolu Agency reports.
General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted with
intention to stage a coup'.
Former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk, centre, has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government
Former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk, centre, has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government
General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted with
intention to stage a coup'
General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted with
intention to stage a coup'
Earlier today officials accused of masterminding the uprising, including
Ozturk, were paraded on camera with their hands bound and ordered to give
their name and rank before being taken to be interrogated.
Photographs appeared to show several injuries to Gen Ozturk's head and upper
body.
More than 200 people were killed after a faction in the military launched the
coup attempt on Friday night, sealing off a bridge across the Bosphorus,
trying to capture Istanbul's main airport and sending tanks to parliament in
Ankara.
General Ozturk had earlier denied any involvement in the coup attempt and
insisted he worked to stop it.
Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan faced down the coup bid late on Friday by
elements in the military disgruntled with his 13-year rule.
However, a a US-based Turkish cleric accused of plotting the coup to
overthrow the Ankara government has said President Erdogan staged the
rebellion himself to justify a major clampdown on opposition forces.
EU and NATO know nothing about "lost Turkish warships"
17:00, 19.07.2016
Region:World News, Turkey
Theme: Politics

The EU and NATO have no information about the " lost Turkish warships "
or aircrafts, said the representatives of international organizations,
reports the TASS.

Answering to journalists' questions, the European Commission spokesman
Margaritis Schinas said that the EU knows nothing about the Turkey’s
missing ships or choppers.

In the headquarters of the NATO he also announced that the NATO has not
received any information or request for assistance from Turkey with the
lost ships.

Earlier, the media reported , citing the Turkish sources , that after a
failed coup attempt several military ships were out of communication in
Turkey, and several planes and helicopters with the supporters of the
rebellion launched from the country's airports and flew in an unknown
direction.
Armenia News - NEWS.am
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Esto no lo vas a ver en la tele...
Mystery of 14 Turkish navy ships 'still missing' after failed coup and a
commander who has not been seen in four days
Fourteen navy ships are reportedly missing following the Turkey coup
They have failed to return to their ports and could be headed to Greece
Commander of the navy Admiral Veysel Kosele also remains missing
By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline
Published: 08:48 GMT, 19 July 2016 | Updated: 20:44 GMT, 19 July 2016
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More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and remain
unaccounted for following the botched military coup.
The commander of the Turkish navy Admiral Veysel Kosele also remains missing,
having been out of contact since Friday evening.
It is unclear if he was part of the coup attempt or if he is being held
against his will after local media reports said he was tricked into boarding
one of the missing ships after being told there was a terrorist attack.
More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and remain
unaccounted for following the botched military coup (file picture)
More than a dozen Turkish navy ships are reportedly still at sea and remain
unaccounted for following the botched military coup (file picture)
According to the Times, the 14 missing ships were on active duty in either
the Aegean or Black Sea on Friday.
They have failed to return to their ports even though they are likely to be
traceable through radar on satellite.
RELATED ARTICLES
Previous
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Turkish former air force commander tells interrogators he...
Erdogan's revenge: Map shows shocking scale of Turkey...
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It has prompted speculation that the ships may be on their way to Greek ports
where the sailors will attempt to seek asylum.
The Turkish government refused to comment on the but told the newspaper: 'We
assess that there are sleeper cells that might try to hijack helicopters or
engage in other violent acts against peaceful demonstrators and government
buildings.'
Meanwhile eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid
the coup have tried to claim asylum in the country.
Today they will appear before immigration authorities for interviews on their
applications.
Eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid the coup
have tried to claim asylum in the country. One is pictured being led into a
court in the Greek city of Alexandroupolis
Eight other military personnel who flew a helicopter to Greece amid the coup
have tried to claim asylum in the country. One is pictured being led into a
court in the Greek city of Alexandroupolis
The eight were being interviewed today near the north-eastern city of
Alexandroupolis.
One of their lawyers has said they deny involvement in Friday's attempted
coup in Turkey, saying the helicopter had been used to transport wounded and
had come under fire from police, at which point they fled fearing for their
lives.
Turkey is seeking their return and Greece has said their asylum applications
must be examined under international law, but the fact that they are accused
of participating in a coup would be taken into account.
The eight face trial on Thursday for illegal entry into Greece.
Meanwhile the former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government over the weekend, the state-run Anadolu Agency reports.
General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted with
intention to stage a coup'.
Former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk, centre, has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government
Former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk, centre, has confessed to
prosecutors his role in plotting the coup that attempted to topple the
government
General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted with
intention to stage a coup'
General Ozturk was quoted as having told interrogators that he 'acted with
intention to stage a coup'
Earlier today officials accused of masterminding the uprising, including
Ozturk, were paraded on camera with their hands bound and ordered to give
their name and rank before being taken to be interrogated.
Photographs appeared to show several injuries to Gen Ozturk's head and upper
body.
More than 200 people were killed after a faction in the military launched the
coup attempt on Friday night, sealing off a bridge across the Bosphorus,
trying to capture Istanbul's main airport and sending tanks to parliament in
Ankara.
General Ozturk had earlier denied any involvement in the coup attempt and
insisted he worked to stop it.
Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan faced down the coup bid late on Friday by
elements in the military disgruntled with his 13-year rule.
However, a a US-based Turkish cleric accused of plotting the coup to
overthrow the Ankara government has said President Erdogan staged the
rebellion himself to justify a major clampdown on opposition forces.
Otra noticia estrambótica de los gatos del Medio Oriente islámico, fue
la captura de una supuesta periodista estadounidense, Lindsey Snell que
dijo haber escapado de los terroristas de Al Qaeda que la tenían
prisionera en Siria

Ella había cruzado clandestinamente desde Turquía a Siria, donde
habría sido tomada prisionera por los terroristas, y tras su rescate o
fuga, cruzó de nuevo la frontera en forma clandestina, pero esta vez
fue detenida por la policía turca, que la mantiene presa bajo acusación
de espionaje. Según el informe policial, la mujer fue arrestada en
momentos en que helicópteros estadounidenses sobrevolaban el lugar en
un intento infructuoso de evitar que Lindsey Snell fuese capturada por
las fuerzas turcas.

Según la prensa de Turquía, Lindsey Snell habría sido reclutada por la
CIA para realizar espionaje y operaciones encubiertas a través de la
frontera entre Turquía y Siria.

Según informes de Estados Unidos, Lindsey Snell efectivamente había
trabajado como periodista para diversos medios norteamericanos, pero
ahora se desempeñaba como activista de Amnistía Internacional.

Recordemos que tres días antes, había sido capturado en Turquía un
funcionario de la NASA provisto de doble nacionalidad, estadounidense y
turca, que aparece claramente implicado en el fallido golpe militar del
15 de julio que intentó derrocar al presidente Tayyip Erdogan.

En realidad, para la prensa de todo el Oriente Medio y de Asia, ya hay
demasiados indicios que llevan a suponer que Washington realmente
habría apoyado la intentona golpista, o, al menos, habría estado en
conocimiento de aquel plan, sin hacer nada por impedirlo.

De hecho, el intento golpista podría haber tenido éxito, de no haber
sido que los servicios de inteligencia rusos detectaron la conspiración
y alertaron al presidente Erdogán cuando faltaban sólo unas horas para
el comienzo de las acciones militares insurgentes.

Con ello Erdogán alcanzó a movilizar a su propia gente, se desplazó a
Estambul y lanzó su llamamiento a las fuerzas leales y al pueblo para
que saliera a las calles.

Por supuesto, la oscura maraña de intrigas y operaciones encubiertas
sólo podremos conocerla, aunque sea en parte, después que la crisis del
Medio Oriente haya llegado a su desenlace.

Como sea, desde mucho antes del intento golpista la prensa de Estados
Unidos y Europa había iniciado una durísima campaña en contra del
gobierno de Turquía, a la vez que se estaba apoyando a un movimiento
islámico de oposición. De hecho, al producirse los primeros actos de la
intentona del 15 de julio, la poderosa red de TV NBC, vinculada al
partido demócrata, cometió el error de difundir como hecho cierto y
consumado que el presidente Tayyip Erdogán ya había sido derrocado y
habría huido de su país y estaba solicitando asilo en Alemania.

En tanto la prensa de Rusia estaba por su parte ya aclarando la
verdadera situación de Turquía, a la vez que identificaba con precisión
cuáles eran las unidades que se habían sumado al golpe y que habían
realizado ataques contra edificios de gobierno y cuarteles de la
policía.

Y por cierto uno de los hechos que aparecen como más acusadores sobre
una supuesta posible intervención de Washington en favor de los
golpistas, fue que precisamente la principal fuerza aérea en rebeldía
fue la de la base de Incirlik, en la frontera de Siria, que es también
el emplazamiento de la principal base militar de la OTAN en Turquía, y
en la cual se encuentran almacenadas las bombas y las cabezas nucleares
de Estados Unidos.

Más aún, fíjese Ud., dos de los pilotos de la fuerza aérea turca que
participaron en el intento golpista, fueron precisamente aquellos que
meses antes habían atacado a traición a un avión ruso SU-24,
desprovisto de armamento de combate aéreo, que regresaba de bombardear
posiciones del Estado Islámico.

Aquella acción artera provocó de inmediato la peor crisis entre
Turquía y Rusia. De hecho, determinó la interrupción inmediata del
oleoducto y gasoducto desde Rusia a Turquía, y el bloqueo absoluto
total a la fuerza aérea turca de penetrar al espacio aéreo de Siria.

Al reanudarse los contactos entre los gobiernos de Ankara y Moscú, el
presidente Erdogán declaró que él no sabía que se había derribado un
avión ruso. Más aún, señaló que jamás habría autorizado aquel ataque.

En ese momento, Erdogán no tenía la credibilidad para sus palabras de
inocencia, pero luego aparece la sospecha de que efectivamente la orden
de atacar al SU-24 ruso fue dada directamente desde la base de Incirlik
, y tuvo precisamente el efecto que parecía más conveniente para
provocar la ruptura ruso-turca como lo deseaba la OTAN.

Tanto Rusia como Turquía confirman que el intento de golpe militar
fracasó específicamente por la oportuna intervención de los servicios
de inteligencia rusos, que al alertar al gobierno turco permitió que el
presidente Erdogán movilizara tanto a las fuerzas armadas leales como a
la base popular que lo apoya.

La intensidad de la purga iniciada por el gobierno eliminando los
focos golpistas y sus ramificaciones, ha llevado ya a un total de más
de 60 mil militares, funcionarios públicos y dirigentes políticos,
destituidos, y supuestamente alrededor de 10 mil que se encuentran en
prisión.

Más allá de cualquiera consideración a favor o en contra de esa purga,
ella indica claramente cuán extensa, organizada y bien provista de
dinero había llegado a ser la oposición dispuesta a provocar un cambio
de régimen a cualquier costa, siguiendo el modelo del cambio de régimen
en Ucrania, donde Estados Unidos ya no intenta ocultar o disimular su
participación.

La torpeza y la desorganización de los militares golpistas permitió
que se desintegrara una iniciativa, un plan, que habría cerrado
implacablemente el paso a Rusia hacia el Mediterráneo, y habría
liquidado la guerra contra el gobierno del presidente de Siria, Basher
Assad, eliminándolo.

Una coalición formada por Arabia Saudita, Irak, Jordania, Siria y
Turquía haría desaparecer de un papirotazo a la República de El Líbano
y encerraría a Irán, mientras Paquistán y Afganistán quedarían en
calidad de clientes pobres.

O sea, la apuesta que se venía detrás del golpe era el triunfo
inmediato de eso que llaman Mundo Occidental, y la consolidación del
Nuevo Orden Mundial dirigido y controlado desde Washington.

Habría sido el servicio de inteligencia ruso quien advirtió a Erdogan
del inminente golpe de estado para desestabilizar la región.
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