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Turkish court acquits HSBC Turkey CEO of insulting President Erdogan

Reuters Thursday, 11 April 2019
A Turkish court on Thursday acquitted HSBC Turkey chief executive Selim Kervanci of a charge of insulting President Tayyip Erdogan by retweeting a video on social media at the time of nationwide protests in 2013.
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While Erdogan's party got majority of the votes across the nation in the local elections, losing Istanbul would be a major setback for him.

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