Turkey court acquits exiled novelist of Kurdish militant ties

Turkey court acquits exiled novelist of Kurdish militant ties

A court in Istanbul has acquitted novelist Asli Erdogan on Friday of charges of terrorist group membership. Erdogan, who is now living in self-imposed exile in Europe, was one of nearly two dozen staff from the pro-Kurdish Ozgur Gundem newspaper who were detained in 2016 as part of an investigation into their alleged links to militants. The court also acquitted her of ’undermining national unity’.

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