TURKISH UNION SAYS AIRPORT PROTESTS TO CONTINUE, SOME WORKERS RELEASED

Turkish authorities released 160 construction workers who had demonstrated against labor conditions at Istanbul's new airport, but hundreds are still detained and protests are likely to continue, a union leader said on Sunday.

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