More than 300 suspects face multiple life sentences for their alleged involvement in a failed military coup. Ankara has blamed a self-exiled Turkish cleric for orchestrating the attempt to overthrow the government.
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German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yücel has been jailed in Turkey pending trial on charges of propaganda in support of a terrorist organization. Politicians in Germany are outraged. Protesters are taking to the streets.
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