Monday May 25, 2020

What it says in the papers

Turkish crackdown; new plan to help first-time home buyers; flood relocation considered

18th July, 2016
Turkish coup fall-out leads most newspapers


- The paper leads with the attempted coup in Turkey, reporting that the Turkish government has intensified its crackdown on thousands of soldiers and judges who allegedly supported the coup after saying it had full control of the country. It says more than 6,000 people have been detained since Friday, half of them in the militarily, including 29 generals.

- The Irish Times says the Government is looking at a scheme to help first-time home buyers...

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