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Exiled Turkish journalist Can Dündar talks to DW's Amrita Cheema | DW English

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The trial against opposition journalist Can Dundar in Turkey has resumed. Dundar left Turkey in 2016 after a court sentenced him to five years in prison for publishing an investigation of government arms transfers to Islamist militants. He now lives in Berlin.
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Sinan Demirdag (1 month ago)
Can dundar did not revealed Turkish governments secret. This is what your little brains don’t take. MIT tirs has been stopped by Jandarma and all the pictures and videos has been taken by them showing erdogan sending weapons to Isis. And erdogan said ‘it was medicines in those trucks and asked can dundar to prove it was weapons’. Then dundar released those photos and videos. Then erdogan said it was weapons for turkmens living in the area. If those weapons for turkmens ‘WHY IS IT A SECRET’. Plus erdogans spokesman tugrul turkes said weapons was not going to turkmens. If it was going to turkmens it is not a secret. Should not be a secret. If weapons going to isis then yeah it could be a secret. By erdogan saying it is a secret he is accepting he was sending those weapons to Isis and he needs to pay the price for sending weapons to a terrorist organisation
Benim Dünyam (1 month ago)
Can has done his job investigating erdogan sending arms to terorist groups world nows erdogan is a dictator.This innocent man can dündar can not sea his family it’s not fare is it No its not.
Mehmet Yok (2 months ago)
If he revealed a European country's secret, he would be shot dead without doubt. They kill journalists, whom they don't like.
DutchTurkish (2 months ago)
Making state secrets public is even a felony also in the Netherlands. Try to do the same with the Dutch intelligence documents and you will get arrested as well.
Kartoffel Pommes (2 months ago)
Address the religious factor in this story, and I'll take it seriously. Without it, it's a sham.

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