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Turkey court rules to keep six rights activists in custody

SBS Tuesday, 18 July 2017
A Turkish court on Tuesday ordered that six human rights activists including Amnesty International's Turkey director remain in custody for allegedly aiding a "terror" group, in a case the rights watchdog called a "travesty of justice."
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