What Turkey's crackdown looks like one month on

Updated 1134 GMT (1934 HKT) August 15, 2016

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(CNN)A month on from the July 15 coup attempt in Turkey, which claimed the lives of 240 people and 40 coup plotters, authorities have cracked down on a large number of people who, they say, are linked to the attempted uprising.

Each of the figures below represents one person who has been affected in the post-coup crackdown. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has defended the actions, saying they are necessary to root out enemies of the state.
But many in the international community have condemned the purge as a "witch hunt" and expressed concern that his government have used the coup attempt to target opposition and jail dissidents.

ARRESTED, DETAINED AND UNDER INVESTIGATION