A journalist Sedef Kabaş faces up to 5 years due to a Twitter message While European Parliament accepts resolution on freedom of expression in Turkey


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Today’s Zaman ‏@todayszamancom Journalist faces up to 5 years in jail for critical tweet over graft probe http://www.todayszaman.com/national_journalist-faces-up-to-5-years-in-jail-for-critical-tweet-over-graft-probe_370031.html …
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