FRENCH JOURNALIST BACK HOME AFTER BEING DETAINED IN TURKEY

ROISSY-EN-France, France (AP) — A French journalist who was detained for 51 days in Turkey on charges of aiding a terror group has returned to France, saying his sudden release came as a surprise. Loup Bureau, a 27 year-old freelance journalist, was arrested in southeastern Turkey on July 26 while reporting on Kurds living near the Iraqi border. He was freed Friday, the day after French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian met with Turkish Pre...

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