“Journalists in #Turkey send their greetings to their colleagues in prison with this picture published in the few remaining critical papers “

Wall Street Journal – Gordon Fairclough – Dec 31, 5:32 AM

Turkish authorities detained a Wall Street Journal staff reporter for 2 ½ days this past week, without permitting him contact with his family or attorneys before releasing him. The reporter, Dion Nissenbaum, 49 years old, left Turkey to…

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