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Security Threats Drive Deep Polarization In Turkey Ahead Of Election

  • Henry Ridgwell

Turkey will hold a general election November 1, after rival parties failed to agree on forming a coalition government following the last vote in June. The election is taking place against the backdrop of the recent bomb attack on a Kurdish peace rally in Ankara. Fears over the threats facing the country are driving a deepening polarization of society. VOA's Henry Ridgwell reports.