The Director of Amnesty International in Turkey, Idil Eser, was detained on Wednesday along with seven more human rights defenders and two trainers during a digital security and information management workshop.

“Her incommunicado detention and that of the other human rights defenders attending a routine training event, is a grotesque abuse of power and highlights the precarious situation facing human rights activists in the country,” reads an Amnesty International statement issued on Thursday...


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