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Osman Kavala: Council of Europe takes action against Turkey

By DW
06 December 2021   |   12:36 pm
The European rights body has said it will launch disciplinary action over Turkey's repeated refusal to comply with a 2019 ruling to release jailed activist Osman Kavala by the European Court of Human Rights.

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