Less than a fifth of Russians would consider emigrating, poll finds

Less than a fifth of Russians would consider emigrating, poll finds

Less than one in five Russians would consider emigrating, a poll by the Moscow-based Levada-Center has found, with three quarters saying that they never would.

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Turkey declares three-month state of emergency

Turkey declares three-month state of emergency

Erdogan widens crackdown on thousands of military personnel, civil servants, policemen, academics, judges and prosecutors after failed coup attempt.

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COMMENT: The real Turkish coup starts as Erdogan launches mass purge of opponents

COMMENT: The real Turkish coup starts as Erdogan launches mass purge of opponents

The world was shocked by the attempted coup d’etat in Turkey on July 15, but the real coup started afterwards with a purge on a Stalinesque scale of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s opponents.

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Turkish army shoots itself in the foot (again)

Turkish army shoots itself in the foot (again)

The risk is that the purge of the army will leave it demoralised and unable to prosecute its campaign against the PKK and Islamic State, as well as more resentful and politicised, storing up trouble for the future.

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Gulen: terrorist leader or bogeyman?

Gulen: terrorist leader or bogeyman?

By targeting the Islamic leader, Erdogan risks damaging Ankara's vital relationship with the US, enfeebling state institutions, and wrecking Turkish democracy and rule of law.

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STOLYPIN: Turkey’s military hand Erdogan ultimate power

STOLYPIN: Turkey’s military hand Erdogan ultimate power

For a European Union trying to enlist Ankara as a bulwark against migration, and a Nato reliant on it for its activities in Syria, there was no good outcome.

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BEYOND THE BOSPHORUS: Bungled coup could have been scripted for Erdogan

BEYOND THE BOSPHORUS: Bungled coup could have been scripted for Erdogan

“This uprising is a gift from God to us,” said the Turkish president, who can now pose as the conquering hero.

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Coup attempt in Turkey fails

Coup attempt in Turkey fails

Soldiers involved in the coup are surrendering and Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says the situation is largely under control.

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#UPDATED - Coup attempt throws Turkey into chaos

#UPDATED - Coup attempt throws Turkey into chaos

A small military fraction attempted to stage a coup d’etat in the Turkish capital of Ankara on the evening of July 15.

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