The government has arrested at least 160,000 people, dismissed 152,000 civil servants and purged the judiciary since the coup attempt.
The European Union has warned that reintroducing capital punishment would end Turkey's bid to join the bloc.
More than 110,000 have been removed from their jobs and 37,000 arrested since President Erdogan began his crackdown.
Erdogan has promised to revive Turkish influence by 1,000-year anniversary.
Turkey and NATO need each other, and the U.S. has to make that clear.
As it recovers from an attempted coup, Turkey has an opportunity to move in a new direction.
Two majors, four captains and two sergeants applied for asylum in Greece on the night of the attempted coup.
Tens of thousands of people have been detained or arrested since the failed coup in July.
The Valley of the Wolves is a popular but controversial franchise in Turkey.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim pointed again at the Gulen movement in relation to the botched coup.
Turkey expects solidarity from its allies after the failed coup, writes Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu.
Turkish president has been accused of using the failed coup to consolidate power as thousands are arrested in crackdown.
Head of the liberal Free Democrats likened the Turkish crackdown after a coup attempt to Hitler's use of the Reichstag fire to curtail civil liberties.
The U.S. is evaluating documents sent by Turkey to push for the extradition of Gulen, the alleged mastermind of the country's recent failed coup.