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Europe: angry Uyghurs in Turkey, bicentenary of independence from Greece and new ticket to the UK


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Franceinfo offers you an overview of European news in pictures. The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with the Chinese foreign minister, angering Uyghur refugees in Turkey.
In Ankara (Turkey), President Recep Tayyip Erdogan a received the Chinese foreign minister, Wang Yi. A meeting denounced by thousands of Uyghur refugees who expressed their anger in the street. This Muslim minority is persecuted in China and locked up in camps. At least 50,000 Uyghurs have found refuge in Turkey, which has long defended their cause against China.

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Greece celebrates bicentenary of its independence, acquired after a war against the empire Ottoman. In the presence of several foreign leaders, a military parade took place. Pandemic and containment oblige, the public could not be present. In the UK, the new £ 50 banknote, around € 58, has been unveiled by the Bank of England. It is in the effigy of Alan Turing, a famous mathematician who had his heyday for having been able to decipher the German coded messages during the Second World War.



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