German politicians are calling on their government to stop Turkish ministers campaigning in Germany. Ankara wants to address German Turks ahead of a planned referendum. But Turkey’s arrest of a German-Turkish journalist has angered Berlin.
Journalist Adil Yigit linked the deportation order to a protest he made against Turkey's president in Berlin. A lawmaker said Germany can not deport someone to a country where he may face torture or arbitrary arrest.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan heads to Germany for a controversial state visit. Despite his authoritarian style, many German-Turks continue to cheer him on. Cabaret artist Fatih Çevikkollu tells DW why.
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Officials say Adil Yigit, who protested at a joint press conference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will receive a humanitarian visa instead. Yigit says it's a "trap."
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