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Gov’t says 560 children kept in Turkish prisons along with mothers | Turkey Purge


Gov’t says 560 children kept in Turkish prisons along with mothers | Turkey Purge: Children are taken into prison in the absence of family members to look after them outside. Turkish government has launched a sweeping crackdown across the country, detaining more than 120,000 and jailing some 50,000 over alleged or real links to the July 15, 2016 coup attempt.

It has become a common occurrence that both parents are taken into custody leaving no one children to care for children. Turkish government, on many occasions, detained pregnant mothers as well.

Out of 560, 114 are aged between 0 and 12 months; 128 children are 1-year-old; 114 children 2 years old; 81 children 3 years old; 70 children 4 years old; 31 children 5 years old; 5 children 6 years old; while age of the remaining 17 are unknown, the ministry said.

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