Demonstrators hold placards with some featuring a picture of Turkey's PM Erdogan during a protest against internet censorship in Istanbul

Turkey’s version of Obama.

Via FT:

EU leaders tiptoed around Turkey’s clampdown on media groups on Monday, mindful that strong public objections could jeopardise a summit deal with Ankara over migration.

Several leaders raised concerns in public and private about Turkey’s seizure on Friday of the country’s biggest opposition media group and bestselling newspaper Zaman, which has been under investigation over its ties to Fethullah Gulen, an outlawed cleric and former ally of the government.

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