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USA Will Make 'Evidence-Based' on Turkish Extradition Request for Gulen - State Department

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Mark Toner, deputy spokesperson for the US State Department, said on Monday that the US "will welcome a formal extradition request" from the Turkish government for Fethullah Gulen, the individual that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused of plotting Friday's failed coup.

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