Picture taken on July 10, 2013 shows German MP Michelle Muentefering of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) posing for a photo at the Academy Mont-Cenis in Herne, Western Germany.
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A German lawmaker said Wednesday she was on a list of Turkish espionage targets, charging that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government had "clearly crossed a line".German prosecutors are probing claims that Turkey's MIT service has been spying on 300 alleged followers of exiled preacher Fethullah Gulen, whom Erdogan blames for a failed coup attempt last year."These measures by the Turkish government once more show the attempt to suppress critical views," said Social Democratic MP Michelle Muentefering, 37, in a statement.Turkish intelligence was interested in the deputy chair of the parliamentary commission for German-Turkish relations because of her good relations with some Gulen supporters, media reports said.
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