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Kurds comprise majority of Istanbul's homeless people
According to a recent report by the opposition Felicity Party (SP) there are 6 to 8 thousand homeless people living in Istanbul, most of whom are from pre-dominantly Kurdish provinces of Turkey. The report also revealed that 30 percent of homeless people in Istanbul are foreign nationals.
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