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Boris Johnson says he will help Turkey hunt for Gulenists in the UK

On his first visit to Turkey since being appointed Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson tried to mend ties with Ankara. Johnson voiced eager support for Turkey following the July 15 failed coup and reiterated that support on his visit. Johnson said the Gulen movement, which the Turkish government blames for the coup, resembled a cult and assured Britain would cooperate with Turkish authorities and examine a list they provided of UK-based institutions allegedly linked to Gulen, according to the Financial Times.
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