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Turk

1. a native, inhabitant, or citizen of Turkey
2. a native speaker of any Turkic language, such as an inhabitant of Turkmenistan or Kyrgyzstan
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Turkey's Anadolu News Agency said the majority of MRF's members are ethnic Turks, who make up nearly 9% of Bulgaria's population.
With most tobacco farmers being ethnic Turks and traditional MRF voters, the party staked the outcome of any sale on the amount of tobacco the new owners would buy from local producers.
Even among ethnic Turks in Bulgaria he's considered pretty controversial.
The party represents Bulgaria's ethnic Turks, about 12 per cent of Bulgaria's population of six million.
MPs from A opposition Socialist Party and predominantly ethnic Turk Movement for Rights and Freedoms disagreed with the proposed change to the Election Code.
Kirkuk is considered by many Kurds as their symbolic capital, but the city has large populations of ethnic Turks and Arabs, along with Kurds.
com web site, the twoA detainedA women are ethnic Turks.
Serdar Gundogan, the Vice President of YTB, while speaking to nCa in Ankara on Tuesday, explained that the focus of his organization was not limited to the ethnic Turks and those who speak a Turkic language.
Bulgaria's Focus news agency reported on Sunday that Bulgaria was disturbed by Emiroy-lu's relations with the Muslim minority in the country, especially because he has been accused of pressuring ethnic Turks to support Mestan.
com/asian-shares-head-lower-turkeys-downing-russian-fighter-jet-stokes-tensions-oil-2199160) accused Russia of targeting Turkmen, ethnic Turks fighting Syrian President Bashar Assad, a Russian ally.
1964: Fighting between ethnic Turks and Greeks in the disputed island of Cyprus leaves 16 dead.
Peevski, a controversial member of the Bulgarian parliament for the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, the party of the ethnic Turks in Bulgaria, is wielding considerable influence over the country.