Turkey-Germany tensions rise over referendum

Turkey has accused Germany of putting systemic political pressure on Turks living there. The two countries have clashed over Turkey's push to drum up support in Germany for a 'yes' vote in a controversial upcoming referendum.

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    Hamburg - Turkey has accused Germany of putting systemic political pressure on Turks living there.

    The two countries have come to blows over Turkey's push to drum up support in Germany for a "yes" vote in a controversial forthcoming referendum.

    Germany has cancelled several Turkish rallies, but the foreign minister addressed an event in Hamburg on Tuesday.


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