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>> 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.>>
> The spokesman responding to the German head of intelligence saying Ankara has failed to make a case to hold the cleric Fethullah Gulen responsible.
What are they doing, and who are they meeting?>>
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.
Both countries have cited public safety concerns for blocking Turkish rallies on their lands.