Middle East

US urges Turkey to uphold due process in journalist case

In this photograph taken Sunday Nov. 9, 2014, freelance translator Mohammed Rasool, left, is accompanied by other journalists, some Associated Press journalists, in Turkey. In August 2015, Rasool, a 24-year-old Iraqi Kurd who has worked as a fixer for The Associated Press, was helping two Vice News reporters covering clashes between the PKK’s youth group and police. He was arrested on Aug. 27 and remains in a maximum security prison and Turkish authorities have neither indicted him nor adequatel

 

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