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ISIS and Turkey's porous borders

The extreme Islamic group ISIS continues to score military victories across Iraq. In neighboring Turkey there's growing concern over the rising power of the insurgents. But questions are also being asked about the stance of Turkey's ruling Islamist AK party towards ISIS. Particularly in the southeast of the country which borders Iraq and Syria and is predominantly Kurdish. Dorian Jones reports.

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