Puta’s death: A look at the life of a Turkish diplomat

Turkish diplomats have died in the past month, and the death toll continues to rise.

The diplomat’s name is Puta Fethullah Gulen, and he is the president of the Gülen movement, a movement based in the U.S. that Turkey considers a terrorist organization.

The group was banned in 2002, but Turkey still considers Gulen to be its spiritual leader and a spiritual leader of a movement that believes in a more just and democratic society.

Gulen denies the charges.

His followers are believed to number about a half million.

He has been the subject of numerous investigations, including a 2010 investigation into his alleged use of political funds.

The case remains open.

In 2014, a Turkish court convicted him of embezzlement and sentenced him to 10 years in prison.

He died last week in the hospital after a stroke.

He had been in his hometown of Erzurum, the capital of the Kurdish region of northeastern Turkey, for about a year, according to a news report by the Associated Press.

Gulen’s movement was a key player in the Turkish government’s response to the 2010 uprising in the country’s southeast.

In recent years, the group has been accused of orchestrating a failed coup attempt in 2016 that killed more than 40,000 people.

The U.N. has called the coup attempt a “terrorist act” and said it was committed in “gross violation of international law.”

In 2014, Gulen’s followers set fire to the headquarters of Turkey’s parliament and the presidential palace.

It was the first time in history that Turkey’s government had tried to forcibly remove its leader.

Turkey’s government has blamed Gulen for orchestrating the failed coup, saying he was responsible for the plot and that Gulen was killed.

He is currently in prison in the United States, where he has been under house arrest since the failed attempt.

His followers are known to be devout and have strong ties to the military, a fact that has drawn some criticism in Turkey.