In a disputed vote, just over 51 percent of Turks decided to change their constitution, approving Erdogan's proposed presidential system in place of the current parliamentary regime. Opposition parties have challenged the results.
In a speech in London, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has called for a new Brexit referendum. He has has urged both the EU and the UK to amend their positions so that everyone would be satisfied.
Spaniards have been casting ballots in unofficial people's votes to abolish the monarchy. Many say it's time Spain became a republic and argue that the king no longer helps to hold the country together.
Turkey has voted in historic presidential and parliamentary elections. Despite the controversial vote, Erdogan claimed victory. The road ahead will be hard for the opposition and its supporters, writes DW’s Seda Serdar.
The Open Society Foundation of billionaire George Soros says it will cease its operations in Turkey. The move comes after the Turkish president hit out at the Hungarian-born philanthropist.
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