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00:00:00
>> A spat that won't go away. Turkey blaming Germany for last year's attempted coup. The president's spokesman on Sunday saying Germany supported a network of a US-based Muslim cleric, who Turkey blames for the botched coup.>>
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> The spokesman responding to the German head of intelligence saying Ankara has failed to make a case to hold the cleric Fethullah Gulen responsible.
00:00:21
What are they doing, and who are they meeting?>>
00:00:39
Further escalating tensions after Berlin banned Ankara's leaders from rallying support among the Turkish diaspora. Turkish president, Tayyip Erdogan, looking to gain support ahead of a referendum next month to boost his powers at home. But critics say would lead the country on a dangerous path to authoritarian rule. Turkey has also been locked in a similar feud with the Netherlands, wanted to bar its ministers from campaigning, leading Erdogan to lash out branding the Dutch as Nazi remnants.
00:01:07
Both countries have cited public safety concerns for blocking Turkish rallies on their lands.