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Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Turkey's ruthless president

The 61-year-old and his AK Party enjoy a fierce and loyal support among Turkey's conservative, Muslim base, while outside the country outrage grows over his silencing of critics, often by force. Turkish journalists have been investigated and put on trial, foreign journalists have been harassed and deported. Last month, police raided Turkey's biggest newspaper, Zaman. Its staff emerged bloodied and cowed. Zaman's last independent edition said Turkey's press had seen one of its "darkest…

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Why do republicans support this? Oil companies can donate millions, small children cannot. Vote republican, and you condone this!


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"For 30 years, I've been standing up for workers of this country, and I think I'm the only candidate who is prepared to take on the billionaire class, which now controls our economy and increasingly controls the political life in this country. WE NEED A POLITICAL REVOLUTION IN THIS COUNTRY." --Bernie Sanders

News about #Turkey on Twitter. He's an evil shit of a man and capable of anything. Young conscript soldiers sacrificed and mob brutality rules.

Aylina Kılıç (@AylinaKilic) | Twitter. Aylina Kılıç ‏@AylinaKilic 14h14 hours ago Istanbul, Turkey #Turkey: Ahrar al-Sham militant that US said is ISIS & Nusra subgroup, took to Istanbul streets to support Erdoğan.

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Just who votes for a party like this? The Conservatives are mainstream politics at it's most toxic. #Lab15

David Cameron: extend Freedom of Information to private companies

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Welsh government mocks Jeremy Hunt by offering 'warm welcome' to England's junior doctors

The Welsh government has been criticised after tweeting that junior doctors would be offered a "very warm welcome" in the country, amid a row over new contracts which are due to be imposed in England. The administration's official Twitter account posted three messages as Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt made a statement on the issue, pointing out that there are "no plans" to impose any new contract on junior doctors working in Wales.