In this file photo taken on February 09, 2015 Democratic Union Party (PYD) co-president Saleh Muslim gives a press conference, in Paris. AFP / Jacques DEMARTHON
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The main Syrian Kurdish political party said Sunday that one of its leaders had been arrested in Prague at the behest of Turkey, where a court has charged him with sedition.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he hoped the Czech Republic would extradite Muslim to Turkey, adding Turkey did not have problems with Kurdish people, but rather "terrorists".Muslim was put on Turkey's most-wanted list earlier in February with a $1 million reward.The Turkish Justice Ministry said he was being tried in absentia for his alleged involvement in a March 2016 car bomb attack on Turkey's capital, which killed 36 people and injured 125 .
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