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Defying critics, Turkey's Erdogan says to extend state of emergency

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey would benefit from another three months of a state of emergency, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday, striking a defiant tone against those who have criticized the reach of a government crackdown following a failed coup.
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