Inside Europe: Two Turks on hunger strike to save their jobs
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Since's Turkey’s failed coup last July, over 140,000 people have lost their jobs, accused of being linked to the Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, who Ankara says was the coup’s mastermind. Many of those dismissed are teachers and academics. Two sacked educators have gone on hunger strike to demand their jobs back. Their hunger strike is now in its third month. Dorian Jones reports.