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Turkey's opposition wins rerun of Istanbul mayoral vote

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Turkey's opposition wins rerun of Istanbul mayoral vote

Turkey's opposition wins rerun of Istanbul mayoral vote

AK Party's candidate concedes defeat after initial results show CHP's Ekrem Imamoglu leading with 54 percent.

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