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

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Turkish Court Sentences WSJ Reporter Ayla Albaryak to More Than Two Years in Prison
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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 government official, and an individual Turkish authorities says has ties with the PKK.

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