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US PASTOR Andrew Brunson freed by Turkish Judge from arrest and will no longer serve the rest of his sentence following allegations he was involved in afailed 2016 coup and he is technically free to travel back to US.

US PASTOR Andrew Brunson freed by Turkish Judge from arrest and will no longer serve the rest of his sentence following allegations he was involved in afailed 2016 coup and he is technically free to travel back to US. Turkish and US relations have been strained over the last few years because of the Syrian war. Turkey is hoping for USA support now to put pressure over Saudi Arabia and rebuild Turkish/USA bilateral relations. More...

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