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Journalist Ozgur Ogret: Turkey is ‘a press freedom violations museum’ under Erdogan

By France24
03 May 2023   |   2:27 pm
Journalist Ozgur Ogret: Turkey is 'a press freedom violations museum' under Erdogan. In Reporters Without Borders' 2023 Press Freedom Index, Turkey is ranked 165th out of 180 nations for the environment facing journalists.

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