Dutch journalist detained in Turkey while covering clashes
Sept.6, Ankara: Turkish police detained a Dutch journalist while covering clashes in a town in Turkey's mainly Kurdish southeast region.
Journalist Frederike Geerdink said on her Twitter account Sunday that she was detained in the town of Yusekova and would be questioned by a prosecutor.
It was the second time that the freelance journalist, who reports mainly on Kurdish issues, has been taken into custody in Turkey.
She was briefly detained in January and was acquitted of charges of engaging in propaganda on behalf of the Kurdish rebels in April.
The Oslo Times