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Turkey's President Erdogan tells Sweden not to expect backing for its NATO bid after Quran burnt


Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told Sweden not to expect his backing for its bid to join NATO after Swedish police allowed a Quran to be burned by a protestor outside the Turkish embassy in Stockholm.

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