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A Turkish law that chills speech now spurs debate

Rights groups decry curbs on expression

By Jonathan Gorvett
Globe Correspondent / December 15, 2005

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ISTANBUL -- Some of Turkey's leading media and literary figures are facing possible prison sentences because of a controversial law that makes it illegal to ''insult Turkishness." (Full article: 810 words)

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