EghtesadOnline: Local sources in Turkey said at least 42 helicopters have gone missing from Turkey's military facilities in the wake of the failed coup attempt, sparking the concern over another attempt to overthrow the Turkish government.
CNN Turk’s Serdar Tuncer tweeted at least 42 helicopters have gone missing from the Turkish military and added that there is concern over an imminent coup effort.
"It is as though this rogue will try more things. Can they succeed? No! But will they try?" the reporter said in his tweet.
The news on the lost military hardware surfaced as there have been intermittent clashes between the Turkish military loyal to the Erdogan government and remnants of coup participants in several places across Turkey, including in Konya airbase and military barracks near Istanbul and Ankara.
The situation in Turkey is still tense in the wake of Friday's abortive coup attempt that left at least 265 dead and over 2000 people wounded, most of whom were civilians.
The situation in Turkey remains unstable in the wake of the failed coup plot as Turkish authorities indicated more heavy-handed measures against coup platters and opposition figures in military and administrative posts.