Istanbul – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday threatened Turkish media with legal action over content "incompatible with national and moral values," in a move seen by critics as an attempt to stifle the dissent.
He also fired his justice minister and the head of the state statistics agency after it published official data showing last year's inflation rate hit a 19-year high.
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