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Turkey sued over violence in protests in Washington in 2017

Twenty people beaten outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence in Washington in 2017 have filed lawsuits against the government of Turkey and five individuals after the bloody assault on demonstrators that drew international condemnation.

  • Spencer S. Hsu
  • The Washington Post

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