How crisis with US dealt fresh blow to Turkish press
The depreciation of the Turkish lira, fueled by the crisis between Ankara and Washington, has raised the cost of imported paper enormously, pushing already-struggling publications to the brink of collapse.
People walk by a news kiosk in central Istanbul, Turkey, Nov. 2, 2015. - REUTERS/Murad Sezer
The crisis between Turkey and the United States has dealt an unexpected economic blow to the Turkish press, threatening especially the handful of newspapers that remain critical of the government and are already struggling to survive.
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