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Before Merkel meeting, Turkish PM talks of release of journalist

ANKARA/BERLIN (Reuters) - Turkey's prime minister raised the prospect on Wednesday that a German-Turkish journalist could soon be freed from a jail, something that would remove what Berlin considers a major impediment to normalized relations with Ankara.
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