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Athens waits for dust to settle after Erdogan's victory in Turkish referendum
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan emerged victorious on Sunday and the victory for “Yes” in the referendum likely signals a long period of instability for Greece's neighbour.
The most important aspect is that Erdogan won and now has the ability to lead Turkey in more autocratic manner. However, the narrow win, the tight race, the opposition claims about a rigged process and Erdogan's defeat in major cities like Istanbul cann...
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