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Turkey wants Twitter to ban this journalist for 'instigating terrorism' — but Twitter reportedly said no (TWTR)

Turkey is in the midst of an authoritarian crackdown following a failed coup in July — and journalists are finding themselves in the firing line. Mahir Zeynalov, a Turkish journalist who lives in Washington D.C., is among those targeted. On Monday, he tweeted that the Turkish government is putting pressure on Twitter to close down his account for allegedly "instigating terrorism.
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