Turkey Sentences Wall Street Journal Reporter To Jail For Terrorist Propaganda

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Turkey Sentences Wall Street Journal Reporter To Jail For Terrorist Propaganda
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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 Turkish security forces and Kurdish separatists in the country's restive southeast.

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