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Turkey’s PM threatens theatres after actor ‘humiliates’ daughter

from World news: Turkey | by Fiachra Gibbons
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In a tale which could have come straight from the time of the sultans, when one wrong word could seal your fate, the Turkish prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is threatening to withdraw state support from the country’s theatres after his daughter said she was insulted by an actor during a play.



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