Austria cracks down on Turkish citizens with 2 passports
By GEORGE JAHN | Associated Press | Published: June 24, 2017
VIENNA — With his rich Tyrolean accent, Mehmet Altin appears to be a native of the alpine Austrian province. But the campground operator who moved to a sleepy mountain village decades ago could lose his adopted country's citizenship, along with potentially thousands of others targeted by a crackdown on immigrants illegally holding both Turkish and Austrian passports.
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