Turkish court hears witnesses in U.S. pastor's trial
Friday, 12 October 2018 () A Turkish court on Friday heard witnesses in the trial of U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson, a case at the heart of a diplomatic row between Washington and Ankara, after media reports said he could be released and returned to the United States.
According to Reuters, a Turkish court released an American pastor from house arrest. But Andrew Brunson was sentenced to three years and 1-1/2 months on terrorism charges, though he will serve no additional time. The American evangelical Christian pastor has been living in Turkey for more than 20...
According to Reuters, an American evangelical Christian pastor has been released from his prison sentence in Turkey.
Andrew Brunson was released from custody by a Turkish court after serving two years..
On Friday President Donald Trump said he hoped U.S. Christian pastor Andrew Brunson would be home safe soon, shortly after a Turkish court ruled to release him after a two-year detention. Trump tweets,..
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