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Turkey detains, then deports Dutch journalist

Seattle Times Thursday, 17 January 2019
Turkey detains, then deports Dutch journalistANKARA, Turkey (AP) — A Dutch newspaper says Turkish authorities have detained and later deported a journalist, the latest foreign reporter to be ousted from the country which is accused of stifling media freedoms. Het Financieele Dagblad said Ans Boersma, who worked for the newspaper and other news outlets in Istanbul, was deported on Thursday. […]
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