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‘Turkey is the biggest jail for journalists in the world’

By France 24
21 February 2017   |   12:47 pm
Can Dündar is the former editor-in-chief of Turkey’s pro-Western Cumhuriyet Newspaper. After being charged with espionage and surviving an assassination attempt in May 2016, he fled his country and now lives in exile in Germany.

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