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Turkish court hears witnesses in U.S. pastor's trial

Reuters Friday, 12 October 2018 ()
A Turkish court on Friday heard witnesses in the trial of U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson, a case at the heart of a diplomatic row between Washington and Ankara, after media reports said he could be released and returned to the United States.
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According to Reuters, a Turkish court released an American pastor from house arrest. But Andrew Brunson was sentenced to three years and 1-1/2 months on terrorism charges, though he will serve no additional time. The American evangelical Christian pastor has been living in Turkey for more than 20...

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