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Azerbaijan has detained a senior opposition figure for allegedly possessing books by U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen, whom Baku's ally Turkey accuses of masterminding last month's coup.Faig Amirov -- an aide to Ali Kerimli, the leader of the Popular Front opposition party -- is being held on suspicion of inciting religious hatred and faces up to five years in jail, his lawyer Agil Layijev told AFP Sunday.Amirov says the books are not banned in Azerbaijan, and claims he has not make any statements that could be legitimately seen as inciting hatred, his lawyer added.
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