Turkish Prime Minster Recep Tayyip Erdogan reviews the honour guard during a welcoming ceremony in Ankara on April 17, 2014 for his Malaysian counterpart who is on an official visit to Turkey. (AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN)
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Turkey's embattled premier made a formal complaint to the country's top court on Friday, saying secret recordings spread on the Internet were a violation of his family's rights.The ban on Twitter was overturned on April 3 after the Constitutional Court ruled it was a breach of free speech rights -- a ruling condemned by Erdogan who sees the judiciary as packed with political opponents.Erdogan has had a tense relationship with social media in recent months, especially with Twitter, which he accuses of tax evasion and ignoring court orders to remove links deemed illegal.
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