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As German Spat Deepens, Turkey Draw Tourists From Elsewhere

With dramatic mountains rising steeply from turquoise waters lined by natural sand beaches, Turkey's Mediterranean coast once seemed worlds away from the political turbulence in Ankara. Known as the...

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