Image of Fethullah Gulen which has been set on fire
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Turkey in bid to shut down Gulen schools globally

Turkey is putting pressure on governments across the world to close schools and colleges with links to Fethullah Gulen.

Turkey accuses the Islamic cleric, who lives in exile in the US state of Pennsylvania, of being behind this month's coup attempt.

BBC Monitoring looks at how countries have responded to President Erdogan's bid to stamp out the Gulen network abroad.

Produced by Alex Peristianis, Natalia Zuo and Pinar Sevinclidir

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  • 29 Jul 2016
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