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Turkish President Erdogan best man for Arsenal's Mesut Ozil

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Turkish President Erdogan best man for Arsenal's Mesut Ozil

Turkish President Erdogan best man for Arsenal's Mesut Ozil

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was the best man at Arsenal player Mesut Ozil's wedding in Istanbul on Friday.

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