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Turkey detains 10 at human rights meeting, U.S., EU concerned | Reuters

Posted by M. C. on July 9, 2017

By Daren Butler and Can Sezer | ISTANBUL

Turkish police have detained 10 people including the local director of Amnesty International and other rights activists on suspicion of membership of a terrorist organization, Amnesty said on Thursday in what it called a “grotesque abuse of power”.

The detentions came less than a month after a court ordered the arrest of the chairman of Amnesty’s Turkey branch, Taner Kilic, on the same charge in a crackdown following an attempted military coup in July 2016. Kilic remains in jail pending trial.

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