Freedom of the Press Not Yet Wholly Prevalent in TurkeyBy Stephen Franklin inthesetimes.com
ISTANBUL, TURKEY – Necati Abay is not afraid to speak his mind. “If I were afraid, I would not be talking to you,” he says, after listing all the woes he and other Turkish journalists have faced. But he is cautious, and for good reasons. “There are many innocent people in prisons,” says Abay, sitting in
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