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To no one’s surprise, Erdogan extends Turkey’s state of emergency after failed coup

Nearly three months after Turkey's elected government thwarted a military coup attempt, a state of emergency remains in place and a purge of suspected coup sympathizers is still unfurling across state institutions and civil society. And last week, the nation's powerful president intimated that the end of this phase was not yet in sight. "It would be in […]
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