The NATO Country Where Journalism is a Crime

The assassins who ambushed Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on Oct. 2 must have figured they were protected. Not only is the consulate where Khashoggi was lured to his death technically Saudi Arabian property under diplomatic law, but the killers were operating on Turkish soil — some of the most dangerous terrain for a journalist on Earth.

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