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Turkish society divided by bombings in Ankara

Turkey’s premier says the Islamic State is the prime suspect in the country’s deadliest terror attack that occurred over the weekend. But opponents of President Tayyip Erdogan continue to hold him responsible for the suicide bombings that killed at least 97 people and injured many more. Some have said he was complicit in the attacks by stirring up nationalist anti-Kurdish sentiment. We’ll talk about the increasing polarization in Turkey with Michael Gunter, a professor of political science at Tennessee Tech University. (Photo: Flickr/Brookings Institution)

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