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Turkey’s Erdogan tells Germany to “pull itself together”

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday condemned comments by Germany’s economy minister warning companies off investing in Turkey and said the country should “pull itself together” as a dispute between the NATO allies escalates.

In a speech in Istanbul, Erdogan also said that a German foreign ministry travel warning against Turkey was baseless and malicious and that the German government should give account for terrorists which he said the country was harbouring. (Reuters)

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