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Freedom of expression in Turkey 'grim': UN rapporteur

Protesters hold copies of the latest edition of the the Turkish daily newspaper "Cumhuriyet" as they shout slogans during a demonstration outside the newspaper's headquarters in Istanbul on Nov. 1,2016 a day after its editor in chief was detained by police. AFP / OZAN KOSE

 

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