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Turkish Police Raid Media Tycoon Dogan In Sign Of Rift | The Globe Post


Turkish Police Raid Media Tycoon Dogan In Sign Of Rift | The Globe Post: The businessmen face accusations of financially supporting the network of Fethullah Gulen, who lives in Pennsylvania in self-imposed exile. In a separate move, the Turkish police also detained top legal advisor and former chief executive of Dogan Holding, one of the leading business conglomerate which owns Hurriyet newspaper, the Dogan news agency and CNN Turk broadcasting channel. The company said the police targeted homes and offices of Chief Legal Officer Erem Turgut Yucel and former CEO Yahya Uzdiyen, adding that the detentions did not affect the operations of the business group.

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