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Turkish Government Targeting Foreign Media, Journalists Say

Foreign journalists working in Turkey complain the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has started to target them in an expansion of a media clampdown that until recently appeared mainly focused on domestic newspapers and broadcasters. They say there has been an alarming rise in police harassment - from persistent and aggressive identity and accreditation checks in towns along the border with Syria and in the country’s mainly Kurdish southeast, to demands to inspect cell phones...

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