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After failed coup, what sort of Turkey does Erdogan want?

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Looking across Istanbul's skyline, it is impossible not to be struck by the array of red-and-white, star-and-crescent flags fluttering from buildings, monuments, bridges and flagpoles.
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