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Faruk Nafiz Çamlıbel
was a leading Turkish
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and later politician
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He was born in Istanbul
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, Ottoman Empire
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, in 1898. He completed his primary and secondary education in Istanbul. Having studied medicine for a while, he quit his education and decided to work in the newspaper Ati