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Turkish court acquits Reporters Without Borders representative of 'terror propaganda'

A court in Istanbul has acquited the Turkish representative for the group Reporters Without Borders and two others. They had been accused of making terrorist propaganda over their support for a pro-Kurdish newspaper. The case was one of many fueling concern in Turkey about the crackdown on the press following the failed coup of 2016. Alison Sargent has more.

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