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Turkey let German businesswoman free

ISTANBUL – Turkey has a German businesswoman released Wednesday in Istanbul was arrested. The Turkish authorities spoke of a “flaw in the system.”

Against the of origin Turkish woman was rather a process conducted in connection with the failed couppoging in Turkey in 2016. She was suspected of having ties with the spiritual Fethullah Gulen but in that case acquitted.

That acquittal, and the lifting of a travel ban, were apparently not in the administration of the border police arrived. When the woman from Turkey to Switzerland and wanted to travel, she was held.

According to the German ministry of Foreign Affairs keeps Turkey at this time, five people with a German passport on political grounds.

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