Turkey's Erdogan said that nation must gather in squares to give response to attempted uprising, vows will not leave Turkey to 'occupiers'.

Turkey's armed forces said on Friday they had taken power in the country to protect the democratic order and to maintain human rights.
Here are the latest:
7.35 am: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has instructed the military to shoot down an aircraft hijacked by coup plotters, an official says on Saturday.
"Fighter jets have left the air base in Eskisehir" in western Turkey with the aim of hunting down the rogue craft, the official informs.
7.30 am: Turkish PM orders military to shoot down aircraft hijacked by coup plotters.
7.10 am: Turkey PM says more than 120 arrested over coup attempt.
7.05 am: President says his hotel on Turkey's Aegean coast bombed after he left.
7.00 am: Mr. Erdogan says he doesn't know whereabouts of Turkey army chief.
6.45 am: Hundreds of supporters greets President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as he lands at Istanbul airport.
Cheering supporters surrounded Mr. Erdogan's cortege of cars directly on the tarmac after the plane carrying him landed at Ataturk International Airport, which was otherwise closed to traffic, NTV television pictures showed.
6.15 am: A place carrying Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is about to land at Istanbul's Ataturk airport on Saturday after a military coup attempt to bring down his government, a presidential source says.
People take streets in Ancara, Turkey during the protest agaist military coup. Photo: AFP
5.45 am: Group of soldiers raid major Turkey private media group: CNN Turk
5.30 am: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says the situation in Turkey was "largely under control", in comments to NTV television.
5.05 am: Gulen movement condemns Turkey coup attempt.
4.50 am: Turkish parliament in Ankara hit by bombing, reports state news agency.
4.30 am: Turkey's MIT spy agency says situation 'back to normal' after coup attempt: spokesman.
4.11 am: Commander of Turkey's "First Army" division says those attempting coup are small faction, and "nothing to worry about".
4.06 am: European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini urged "restraint" in Turkey after an attempted coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. "In constant contact with EU Delegation in Ankara & Brussels from Mongolia. Call for restraint and respect for democratic institutions #Turkey," she tweeted from a regional summit in Ulan Bator.
4.01 am: NATO hasn’t responded immediately to a request for comment on how alliance operations or Turkey’s status might be affected after the military said it seized control of the country. Independent observers noted that the 1949 treaty that created the U.S. alliance has no mechanism for suspending members, unlike the United Nations, the European Union or the Organization of American States.
4.00 am: Turkish military helicopters open fire at National Intelligence Agency HQ in Ankara, says state-run Anadolu agency.
3.55 am: The official added that security forces still facing some difficulties in parts of Ankara and Istanbul. The official added that he believes insecurity will continue for next 24 hours but will be contained.
3.52 am: Senior Turkish official says loyalist forces are gaining control over elements trying to overthrow government.
3.50 am: Senior Turkish official says forces attempting coup have been unable to take over streets in many areas.
3.48 am: Turkish Deputy PM Kurtulmus says government is still in charge.
3.47 am: Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency reporting military helicopter has attacked Ankara police headquarters.