In Türkiye, Erdogan does not achieve a majority; and more | World front pages 05/15/2023

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This is what stands out on the front pages of the international media, this Monday, May 15, 2023:

In Türkiye, Erdogan does not achieve a majority

Kilicdaroglu forces a second round in two weeks

A costly bind for DC amid an expected border surge

With the expiration of a pandemic-era US policy and no end to the busing of migrants across two states, city spending has skyrocketed.

Erdogan's narrow victory leads Turkey to the second round

The opposition candidate, Kemal Kiliçdaroglu, remains four points behind and will seek the final victory within two weeks

The Guardian / UK

Braverman Rejects Conservative Calls to Loosen Visa Rules

Home Secretary: UK can train its own truck drivers and butchers

They raise rates to 97%, increase controls and open imports

Due to the lack of dollars in the economy and runaway inflation

Judicial expulsions of foreigners increase, marked by drug cases and violent robberies

Castillo government left 2,530 officials linked to corruption

Peru, in total, had a loss of S / 24,419 million

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