Shameful trifecta: President Trump welcomes leaders from the three worst jailers of journalists to the U.S., meeting, from left, China's Xi, Turkey's Erdoğan, and Egypt's Sisi • Turkey crackdown leads to record high • Weighing China cases • Egypt's jailed journalists
Newspaper finance director turns herself in to police
Yonca Yücekaleli--finance manager for the secularist, nationalist daily Sözcü, one of the last remaining widely circulated newspapers to be consistently critical of the government--turned herself in to police at Istanbul's Çağlayan Courthouse today, the news website T24 reported.
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