Turkey's currency plunges amid military coup attempt

Turkish prime minister: Those attempting coup will pay

Turkey’s currency plunged late Friday as a military coup erupted in the country.

The Turkish lira declined 5% against the U.S. dollar, a dramatic move for a major currency. Reuters reported the Turkish military said in a statement that the military has taken over the country.

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