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Turkey: Erdogan promises ‘no mercy’ towards Istanbul protesters

By DW
28 February 2021   |   12:31 pm
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has dismissed criticism over his handling of ongoing protests at Bogazici University and promised to show “no mercy” towards demonstrators.

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