Turkey sentences Wall Street Journal reporter to more than two years in prison

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WSJ reporter Albayrak sentenced to prison by Turkish

- stockholmcf.org
11 Oct 2017
A Turkish court sentenced Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reporter Ayla Albayrak to 2 years and 1 month in prison Tuesday, declaring her guilty of engaging in terrorist propaganda in support of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) through one of her WSJ articles.

Turkey Sentences Wall Street Journal Reporter To Jail For Terrorist Propaganda

11 Oct 2017
A Turkish court has just fanned the flames of an incipient diplomatic crisis between the US and NATO's most problematic member, when it found a Wall Street Journal reporter guilty of engaging in "terrorist propaganda" in support of a banned Kurdish organization. Ayla Albayrak was sentenced to more than two years in prison for writing a 2015 story about clashes between ...
- zerohedge.com

Wall Street Journal reporter sentenced to prison by Turkey

- armenpress.am
11 Oct 2017
YEREVAN, OCTOBER 11, ARMENPRESS. A Turkish court sentenced Wall Street Journal reporter Ayla Albayrak to two years and one month in prison, declaring her guilty of engaging in propaganda for the PKK, which is a designated terrorist organization in Turkey, the WSJ reported.

Turkish court sentences WSJ reporter to 2 years in prison

11 Oct 2017
Wall Street Journal reporter Ayla Albayrak was sentenced by a Turkish court to two years and one month in prison on Tuesday for, in the court's view, "engaging in terrorist propaganda in support of a banned Kurdish separatist organization," according to the Journal . Albayrak is currently in the U.S. and plans to appeal the decision, WSJ reports.
- axios.com

Turkish Court Sentences WSJ Reporter Ayla Albaryak to More Than Two Years in Prison

- armenianweekly.com
11 Oct 2017
Legal action against Albayrak began after the Wall Street Journal published her article "Urban Warfare Escalates in Turkey's Kurdish-Majority Southeast" in August. The article and the video, which accompanied the piece, reported on the conflict in Silopi between Turkish security forces and the PKK, and included interviews with the local mayor and residents, a Turkish ...

Turkey sentences WSJ reporter to prison for spreading 'terrorist propaganda

11 Oct 2017
An April 2016 indictment said that the reporter had violated antiterrorism laws in her coverage of the conflict between the PKK and Turkish forces in the city of Silopi. Albayrak, who holds dual Turkish and Finnish citizenship, is currently in New York and will seek to appeal the sentence, the Journal reported.
- thehill.com

Turkey Sentences Wall Street Journal Reporter To Jail For Terrorist Propaganda

- zerohedge.com:80
11 Oct 2017
While charges have been pending against the reporter - who presently resides in New York and was convicted in absentia - for more than a year, the decision will promptly be interpreted by the US as the latest recrimination in a spat that began last week when Turkey arrested a local employee at the US consulate in Istanbul on terrorism-related charges, alleging he was a ...

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11 Oct 2017
"A 1979 incident illustrates the House of Israel's close relationship with the Burnham administration. A member of the cult, Bilal Ato, murdered a reporter working for an opposition newspaper on July 14, 1979. The reporter had been taking photographs of an anti-government demonstration when he was stabbed to death. Although the entire incident was filmed by other ...
- sott.net
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