Antalya beach
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Why Turkey's beaches are empty

It was once the world's sixth most popular tourist destination but visitor numbers to Turkey have slumped by around 40 percent amid security threats and a row with Moscow after a Russian jet was shot down by Turkey in 2015.

The country stands to lose billions of dollars in tourist revenue and there's little hope of a return to stability.

Turkey correspondent Mark Lowen reports from Antalya.

  • 17 Jun 2016
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