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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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Even among ethnic Turks in Bulgaria he's considered pretty controversial.
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.
The party represents Bulgaria's ethnic Turks, about 12 per cent of Bulgaria's population of six million.
Immediately after the arrest, the young ethnic Turk stated that he did not actually want to kill Dogan, but to scare him.
The young ethnic Turk stated that he had not actually intended to kill Dogan, but to scare him.
Bliznashki for his part is joining the committee on behalf of the liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) party, the third-largest political force dominated by ethnic Turks and purporting to represent the interests of minorities alongside other groups.
1964: Fighting between ethnic Turks and Greeks in the disputed island of Cyprus leaves 16 dead.
The liberal MRF party represents ethnic Turks and other Muslims who make up about 12 percent of Bulgaria's 7.
Cyprus has been divided between ethnic Turks and Greeks since 1974, when Turkish troops occupied its northern third in response to an Athens-engineered coup in Nicosia aimed at union with Greece.
Turkey has a lot of trouble narrating a past in which there are other than ethnic Turks.
Gul, who is on the third day in his stay in Bulgaria, visited Varna and then proceeded to Shumen where many ethnic Turks live.