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Turkey President, PM at Odds Over Kurdish Peace Efforts

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc are at odds over the government's handling of peace efforts involving Kurdish militants, whose insurgency has spanned several decades. Observers say the dispute is an indication of a deepening division within the ruling AK Party. After being told by Arinc not to talk so much, and to allow the government to run the country, Erdogan shot back on Monday, saying he would not be silenced. Both men are founders...

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