Turkey’s presidential office has labelled the death of former head of state Turgut Ozal in 1993 “suspicious” and called for an investigation.
Ozal’s pro-western policies helped modernise Turkey.
He was believed to have died from heart failure, but his relatives have long alleged that he was poisoned.
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