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Analysis. Turkish election victory for Erdogan leaves nation divided.. Video

 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has won re-election, according to the country’s Supreme Election Council and unofficial data from the state-run Anadolu Agency, in a tense run-off after he failed to secure more than 50 percent of votes required for an outright victory in the first round on May 14.

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Israel fires on Palestinians protesting ‘flag march’ in Gaza.. Video

Protests were held along the Gaza-Israel border in protest at the Israeli far-rights provocative march in Jerusalem.  Israeli forces have used live fire and tear gas against Palestinians who joined a demonstration on the besieged Gaza Strip’s eastern border with Israel, injuring several Palestinians, as far-right Israelis held a so-called ‘flag …

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Débats.  La défaite d’Erdogan à la présidentielle turque est secrètement souhaitée à Paris, Berlin ou Washington

« Si les électeurs turcs arrivent à déloger Erdogan de son palais présidentiel, c’est un tournant géopolitique majeur », veut croire l’ancienne ministre espagnole des affaires étrangères, Arancha Gonzalez, doyenne de l’Ecole des affaires internationales de Sciences Po à Paris.

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Turkey’s choice could not be starker: more cruelty under Erdoğan, or the return of justice and hope

This weekend, my country will choose. If the unlikely unity coalition of opposition parties beats the goliath that is President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey will be able to tear off the straitjacket that it has worn for years. If the regime wins, however, we will be mourning a country that once was, that could have been.

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