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Mohsin Mughal Jun 23
In , an injured stray dog goes to a pharmacy Watch what happened next
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Guy Verhofstadt 19h
A new day dawn's for democracy in Turkey. The has always stood by democratic forces; this result is an important rebuttal to authoritarianism & populism from the citizens of . They stood up against Erdogan twice, twice they defended democracy.
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Selin Girit Jun 22
Over 10m ppl go to the polls for the rerun of mayoral elex. ⁦⁩ won the first time round, by a slight margin of 13,000, then the vote got cancelled. If he wins again, this could be “the beginning of the end” for Mr Erdogan
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Mutlu Civiroglu Jun 22
Today +10 million residents are voting in a re-run of a mayoral election that many see as a referendum on President Erdogan’s policies. Almost everyone agrees that Kurdish votes will determine outcome of the election. HDP supporters voted for in March
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Sümeyra Tansel 14h
People are celebrating Mayoral Election victory even in Ankara, Mamak
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Europe Elects 20h
Turkey: As of 96% counted, the opposition party CHP (S&D) is the winner in today's Istanbul mayoral election. First time since 1994 that an anti-Erdogan party wins the mayoral position in Turkey's largest city. Source: Anadolu Ajansı
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Mutlu Civiroglu 18h
Women in Gazi Mahallesi in are celebrating the victory of via
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Mark Lowen Jun 23
Good morning from a busy polling station, where 101-year-old Saadet and her 82-year-old son-in-law Öztürk have just voted for the AKP candidate, Binali Yildirim. “We’ve seen a lot of elections in our time”, they tell me. “We trust our President, God willing he’ll win”.
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Botin Kurdistani 13m
VIDEO: well said Osman Baydemir about Erdogan & AKP " Erdogan's Approaching Downfall " They didn't take him seriously that time,but they understood Yesterday In . 's failure in Istanbul amplified by echoes of the past,specially on kurdish question 180° reversed
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Sümeyra Tansel 19h
After the announcement of the election results, people in Kartal has begun to celebrate with drum-zurna.
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Diliman Abdulkader 18h
Kurds helped the Turkish opposition free of Erdogan. Now will the Turkish opposition help Kurds free of Erdogan?
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Aykan Erdemir 19h
In his victory speech, opposition candidate echoes his key campaign message by embracing again 's ethnic and religious minorities, naming them one by one. He has not only defeated , but also hate speech against & scapegoating of minorities.
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Hümeyra Pamuk 19h
What is also quite mind-blowing are the results in ’s traditionally conservative districts such as Uskudar, Eyup and even pious Fatih, which used to be AKP strongholds now voted for opposition’s Imamoglu.
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Mark Lowen 23m
One half of suddenly feels like the hand that has stifled it for years has been unclasped. My latest piece on the seismic result - and what 's crushing victory means for President 's future.
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Marietje Schaake 14h
Way to celebrate an election outcome 💃🏼🕺🏻 ↘️
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Nik Shaw 15h
People of whistled in the streets as they caught the results on their cellphones in outdoor cafes
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Zaraar 19h
Majority are always fools. In Islam, there is simply no scope for democracy as a system to govern or as a mean to attain power.
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Emi Kayserilioglu 5h
15 years ago @ 10:00AM I gave birth in just before the 17th Nato Summit began. Little S came into the world quietly greeted by joyful grandparents. The journey of motherhood has enriched me beyond my expectations. Happy birthday my sugarplum. The best is yet to come..
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Kati Piri 23h
Big day for Turkey’s democracy. Ballot boxes in closed. Will win for a second time? His campaign slogan was certainly contagiously optimistic (photo via )
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Hümeyra Pamuk 16h
Imamoglu atop a bus in in his victory speech: We came to make peace, we came to love each other. Nobody’s outfit or lifestyle interests us. We came to embrace everyone. We will build democracy and justice. In this beautiful city, I promise, we will build the future.
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