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Enes Kanter detained in a Romanian airport after his Turkish passport was 'canceled'

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Enes Kanter detained in a Romanian airport after his Turkish passport was 'canceled'More Enes Kanter, Oklahoma City Thunder center and Turkish native, has been detained in a Romanian airport after the Turkish embassy reportedly “canceled” his passport. The 25-year old center, an outspoken critic of Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was previously in Indonesia for stop on his Enes Kanter Light Foundation tour. [Fantasy Football is open! Sign up now] According to the center, in a video posted Saturday morning,...
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Oklahoma City Thunder big man Enes Kanter has been detained at a Romanian airport after his Turkish passport was revoked, presumably for his political views.

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