Germany pushes for release of journalist in Turkish prison

By The Seattle Times
2018.02.14. 10:29
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BERLIN (AP) — German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has called for the release of a German-Turkish journalist who marks one year in a Turkish prison Wednesday. Deniz Yucel, a correspondent for the daily Die Welt, still has not been formally charged since his arrest. He is one of six German citizens imprisoned in Turkey for […]...



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