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Erdogan's supporters celebrate after election win in Turkey
A group of President Erdogan's supporters celebrate after he won Turkey's high-stakes election. The victory extends his 15-year grip on the nation, and he may now have even more power than ever. A controversial referendum gives him more executive authority over the courts and top officials, while reducing the parliament's power. The opposition and many around the world worry the country is now entering an era of one-man rule. Photograph courtesy of Emrah Gurel, for the AP.
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