Oct 08, 2015

Turkey's Erdogan warns of clash of civilisations following attacks | Reuters

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday warned of a "clash of civilisations" following the wake of the Islamist militant attacks in Paris and he also appeared to criticise France for allowing the wife of one of the gunmen to travel via Turkey to Syria.

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