This video says about itself:
Ankara residents react as Turkey’s state of emergency comes into effect
22 July 2016
The atmosphere on Thursday morning in Ankara, on the day Turkey’s three-month state of emergency came into effect, was more sombre than it was the previous night.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
Arrest warrants against 42 Turkish journalists
The Turkish authorities have issued arrest warrants against 42 journalists, the commercial broadcaster NTV reported. Among those who are to be arrested is a well-known political commentator, former parliamentarian Nazli Ilicak. She has been critical of [President] Erdogan and his campaign against the Gülen movement, which, according to Erdogan, caused the failed coup of July 15th.
The Turkish government in the aftermath has cracked down on more than 60,000 people that are accused of supporting the coup attempt. These are soldiers, police officers, judges, teachers, university lecturers, civil servants and journalists.
The coup attempt was rather ham-fisted. However, even the most stupid military coup plotter will not ever involve over 60,000 judges, teachers, university lecturers, civil servants and journalists in his plans.
They were arrested, fired, dismissed from active service or a judicial investigation has been initiated against them.
Erdogan said that the reintroduction of the death penalty is conceivable. That caused much international criticism of Turkey.
Turkey Coup: Authorities investigate those claiming attempted takeover was a hoax: here.
Turkey ‘fires 1,700 military officers and closes dozens of media groups’ after attempted coup. Generals and admirals include those dismissed from the military and 45 newspapers, 16 television stations and 23 radio stations have been ordered to close: here.