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Turkey's Parliament Squabble and Scrap Before Vote
Turkey's parliament erupted into a physical free-for-all Saturday — sending one bloodied lawmaker to the hospital — as party tensions boiled over during a 20-hour debate.

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NBCNews (Date:02/15/2014 19:42)

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