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Turkey pulls plug on 20 radio, TV channels in post-coup emergency decree

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey has ordered the closure of 20 television and radio stations, including one that airs children's programs, on charges they spread "terrorist propaganda", adding to fears that emergency rule is being used to stifle the media.
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