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A diplomatic rift between Turkey and key European nations deepened on Sunday as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Germany of 'Nazi practices'.
Speaking in Istanbul, the Turkish President, 63, fanned the flames with a stinging verbal attack.
He said: 'In Germany they are not allowing our friends to speak. Let them do so. Do you think that by not allowing them to speak the votes in Germany will come out "no" instead of "yes?"
'Germany, you don't have anything to do with democracy. These current practices of yours are no different than the Nazi practices of the past.'