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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Turkey’s Erdogan seeks expatriate support for re-election - The Washington Post

Turkey’s Erdogan seeks expatriate support for re-election

by Amer Cohadzic and Zeynep Bilginsoy | AP May 20 at 12:14 PM

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Turkey’s president addressed thousands of expatriate Turks in Bosnia’s capital Sunday to shore up support before his country’s snap presidential and parliamentary elections next month.

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Turkey's President Erdogan holds an election rally in Sarajevo | Euronews

Turkey's President Erdogan holds an election rally in Sarajevo

By Mark Armstrong last updated: 20/05/2018

Turkey's President Erdogan is in the Bosnian capital Sarajevo to hold a rally ahead of next month's election in his country. He was greeted by the leader of Bosnia's SDA party, Bakir Izetbegovic, who is a member of the tripartite presidency.

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Turkey's Erdogan to hold controversial election rally in Bosnia - The National

Turkey's Erdogan to hold controversial election rally in Bosnia

Sarajevo was chosen for the rally after several European Union countries, including Germany, banned such rallies

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Saturday, May 19, 2018

Turkish voters could pay a heavy price for Erdoganomics | Francis Ghiles | AW

Turkish voters could pay a heavy price for Erdoganomics

Erdogan harbours a deep antagonism towards high-interest rates, taking the unconventional view that they cause rather than curb inflation.

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Turkey and Israel: Barking, biting, but still doing business

Turkey and Israel: Barking, biting, but still doing business

Cengiz Candar May 18, 2018

Article Summary: The ties between Israel and Turkey are being strained and stretched, but they aren't likely to snap as long as both sides benefit from the relationship.

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