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Friday December 9th 2016

If tensions increase with the west, Erdogan might find a friend in Putin

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A Greek police officer escorts a Turkish officer who fled to Greece after last week’s failed coup as he leaves a courthouse. Photograph: Sakis Mitrolidis/AFP/Getty Images

The fallout from last week’s failed coup in Ankara spells trouble for Nato, Europe and the president’s foes

 

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