Report: Turkish newspaper gets police protection after publishing Charlie Hebdo cartoon

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January 14, 2015 15:26

 
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Turkish riot police were deployed to protect the offices of a secular newspaper that published Charlie Hebdo’s latest front page cartoon featuring the Prophet Mohammed, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday.

The move came after Wednesday editions of Cumhuriyet included a four-page pullout of passages from the satirical weekly that were specially translated into Turkish.

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