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How a priest became a Trump card in Turkey's battle with Saudi Arabia

Sydney Morning Herald Sunday, 14 October 2018
An American pastor jailed in Turkey for 'spying' appears to have become a pawn in a power play between the US, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.
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