Laws enacted after 2016 coup attempt are lifted but ‘climate of fear’ remains, say critics

Turkey’s two-year state of emergency came to an end at midnight on Wednesday, but as trials of dissidents and journalists continue human rights campaigners have said Ankara must do more to reverse a “suffocating” crackdown on free speech.

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