A year after failed coup

ISTANBUL – Late one night in early February, Ibrahim Kaboglu learned that he had been targeted in the sweeping crackdown that came after Turkey’s failed coup a year ago. “Sir, you are in the decree,” a colleague told the 67-year-old constitutional law professor by phone, referring to a list of 4000 employees suspended from their […]

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