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Turkey's Erdogan eyes the presidency with a visit to Germany

Turkey's Erdogan eyes the presidency with a visit to Germany
 
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan talks to supporters on visit to Cologne, Germany Reuters/Wolfgang Rattay

The Turkish Prime Minister was in Germany this weekend, for a visit widely seen as a bid to rally support among the many Turks living in Germany for his expected candidacy in August's presidential elections. But the Prime Minister is facing intense criticism over his handling of this month's mining disaster. RFI reports from Istanbul on the political fallout from the mining disaster for the Prime Minister.
 


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