Turkey coup: One year later, country bitterly divided as crackdown continues


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ISTANBUL — Gonul Acu was stunned when her husband Veli, an aid worker at the United Nations World Food Program, called last week to say authorities arrested him for allegedly being a terrorist spy.

“Veli is a person who has never touched a gun," said Gonul, 31, also an aid worker and five months pregnant. "He is not a terrorist. He is not aiding anyone. He has simply worked for human rights.”

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