Eyes on Brunson hearing for Turkey’s future

Turkey is braced for one of the most important political events of what has been a turbulent year; the hearing of US pastor Andrew Brunson. The consequences could shape Turkey’s recovery from its recession. Elsewhere, a Russian mining company's loan showed the country is not quite closed for business, and after weeks of quiet, Latin American markets have bounced into life.

  • By Lewis McLellan, Mike Turner, Oliver West
  • 10 Oct 2018

Brunson has been held by Turkish authorities for almost two years on suspicion of espionage and terrorism, after being arrested in the wake of the failed coup in 2016.

On Friday, he will be heard at the constitutional court. If the hearing results in the pastor’s release, ...

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