Turkey: Erdogan moves to expel ambassadors from 10 countries | DW News

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Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has moved to expel the ambassadors of 10 western nations, including Germany and the United States.

An escalating diplomatic row centers around philanthropist Osman Kavala. He’s been in jail for four years on charges relating to a failed coup in 2016. Erdogan unleashed a sweeping crackdown after surviving the attempt. The diplomats have called for Kavala’s release. Erdogan has condemned their demands as indecent.

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  • 1 thought on “Turkey: Erdogan moves to expel ambassadors from 10 countries | DW News”

    1. free assange, snowden, maning, Turkey is much more than that, Turkey is the second biggest military in Nato,Turkey is the most strategic land in the World ,go look at the Map and their military strength , 10 th in the World (World fire power and CIA fact book) 17 largest economy, G20. WTO member, with Pakistan been the 11 th Turkey and Pakistan (Nuclear power) united they are the 6th most powerful military on earth, and their location and Turkish speaking countries stretching from Turkey all the way to China Uyghur Turks. that is the entire southern borders of Russia(,11 times zone), makes this country irreplaceable to western defense, that is why? Turks are the most important for the Nato and the West.and Hypocrisy of these countries, Free Assange, Free Snowden, Free Maning and many others in US custody or been tracked by CIA.before you tell Turks what to do. and Turks do not want to be enemy of Russia in order to be friends of USA or vise versa….


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