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ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan slammed Bulgaria on Thursday for “putting pressure” on expatriate Turks living there ahead of a parliamentary election amid rising tension between
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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Exploratory talks on forming a new Dutch coalition government will include the Green Left party, which made huge gains in last week’s election in the Netherlands, its leader said