Dutch Journalist Arrested In Turkey For Criticising Erdogan

THE HAGUE, Netherlands, April 24 (UPI) — A Dutch journalist was detained in Turkey after writing a column allegedly critical of Turkish President Erdogan. Her newspaper, Dutch Metro, reported journalist Ebru Umar was on vacation in southern Turkey when she was arrested Saturday night and taken into custody in the nearby resort of Kusadasi for questioning, the newspaper said. But she was released Sunday morning after she was arraigned, according to Dutch Metro. Last week, the Turkish consulate in Rotterdam had urged Turks in the Netherlands to report insults to Turkey or its president. But it withdrew its call after

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