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Thursday, 28 September 2017

Hours after Governor Fayose declared his presidential intention, EFCC arrests Ekiti state Commissioner of Finance, Accountant General

Hours after Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state declared his intention to run for president come 2019, EFCC operatives stormed the state to arrest the duo of the Accountant-General of Ekiti State and Ekiti State Commissioner of Finance. According to a statement posted on their social media platform, the anti-graft agency said the men were arrested after they refused to honor an invitation by the Commission to explain their roles as alleged in a petition in respect of bail-out funds released to the state.
Both are currently in the custody of the anti-graft agency.

Dollar takes breather after rally; focus on Trump tax plan, Fed outlook

The dollar inched higher against a basket of major currencies on Friday, having pulled back from one-month highs set this week as investors pondered the Trump administration’s tax plan and the outlook for Federal Reserve policy.
The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, rose 0.1 percent to 93.155 .DXY, languishing below Thursday’s peak of 93.666, its highest level since Aug. 18.

Cristiano Ronaldo shows off his new $3 million 2017 Bugatti Chiron

Football star Cristiano Ronaldo, who’s worth around $93 million, according to Forbes, has acquired a brand new 2017 Bugatti Chiron worth $3 million.
The excited footballer who has taste for luxury cars took to Instagram to show off the new whip. The supercar can go zero to 60 in less than 2.5 seconds. Its top speed is 260 mph.

French Montana accuses Akon of presenting a fake wristwatch for his birthday (Video)

French Montana has accused his friend and fellow industry colleague, Akon, of gifting him a fake wristwatch on his birthday some years back.
The Moroccan-American rapper made the accusation during an interview with DJ Funk Flex, while speaking about signing with Akon's label for six months 10 years ago.

Cashew nut, Sesame seeds, forex earners for Nigeria

Three agricultural products- soya beans, cashew nut and sesame seeds are turning big export earners for Nigeria, as economic policy makers attempt to wean the country away from crude oil.
The three products, along with coffee, rubber, kolanuts, palm kernel, cotton, kolanut, ginger, timber, shrimps, were showcased as exportable goods, by the Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udoma Udo Udoma, at a presentation at the National Economic Council meeting in Abuja on Thursday.

South Korea expects more provocative acts by North Korea in mid-October

South Korea expects more provocative acts by North Korea next month, to coincide with the anniversary of the founding of the North Korean communist party and China’s all-important Communist Party Congress.
During a meeting with President Moon Jae-in on Thursday, national security adviser Chung Eui-yong said he expected Pyongyang to act around Oct. 10 and 18, but gave no details.

Made-In-Nigeria potential high: Chinese ambassador

The Ambassador of China to Nigeria, Dr Zhou Pingjian has said that the potential of “Made-in-Nigeria” products with China is huge.
Zhou, who said this on Thursday in Abuja at a dinner to mark the China National Day said that China was committed to ensuring the realisation of products that are made in Nigeria.
The envoy said that this was part of China’s determination to share its experiences, provide capital, technology and talents in support of Nigeria’s industrialisation.

Turkey raises oil threat after Iraqi Kurds back independence

Turkey threatened potentially crippling restrictions on oil trading with Iraqi Kurds on Thursday after they backed independence from Baghdad in a referendum that has alarmed Ankara as it faces a separatist insurgency from its own Kurdish minority.
Iraq’s Kurds endorsed secession by nine to one in a vote on Monday that has angered Turkey, the central government in Baghdad, and other regional and world powers, who fear the referendum could lead to renewed conflict in the region.

2019: Fayose defies PDP declares presidential ambition

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose, says his presidential ambition for 2019, though against his political party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s zoning policy, was in line with democratic tenets.
He said that the party’s democratic disposition on issues of aspirations had allowed some members to defy the zoning policy in the past.
Fayose, who is also the Chairman of PDP Governors Forum, stated this on Thursday in Abuja when he formally declared his ambition to contest in the presidential election in 2019 on the party’s platform.

GMO designed to solve specific problems – Expert

Dr Rufus Egbegba, the Director-General, National Bio-safety Management Agency says Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are designed to solve specific agricultural problems.
Egbegba told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Abuja that the production of GMOs was meant to reduce or completely eliminate problems that face the agricultural sector for greater productivity and sustainability.
“The essence of GMOs is to solve specific problems, not necessarily because you want to have variety of products, you could solve specific problems that are difficult to solve over the years.

Bayern fires coach Ancelotti

Italian coach Carlo Ancelotti parted company with Bayern Munich on Thursday, a day after a 3-0 Champions League defeat at Paris Saint-Germain, the Bundesliga record winners said.
Bayern said that Frenchman Willy Sagnol, a former Bayern defender and part of their coaching staff since summer, would act as caretaker, in the next game, a league match at Hertha Berlin on Sunday.
Bayern took action following Wednesday’s record group stage defeat concluded a poor start to the campaign which included dissent towards Ancelotti from star players Franck Ribery and Thomas Mueller.

EFCC arrests Ekiti commissioner, spoils Fayose’s party

Nigeria’s anti-graft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission said it has arrested Ekiti state commissioner for finance, Chief Toyin Ojo and the account general, Mrs O.O Owolabi.
They were arrested today in Abuja, during an event by Governor Ayodele Fayose, in which he declared his presidential aspiration in the 2019 election. The ceremony at the Chelsea Hotel in Garki-Abuja, was attended by former senator and deputy governor of Osun State, Iyiola Omisore and a former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, under trial for money laundering by EFCC.

Toshiba $18 bln sale of chip unit signed, but discord emerges immediately

Japan’s Toshiba Corp said on Thursday it had signed an $18 billion deal to sell its chip unit to a consortium led by Bain Capital LP, overcoming a key - albeit not its last - hurdle as it scrambles for funds to stave off a potential delisting.
But in an inauspicious sign, a Tokyo news conference on the deal was cancelled, with Bain saying the consortium could not form a consensus on whether to brief media - underscoring fears that the 8-member group contained too many competing interests for it to work well.

Nigerian govt. rejects U.S. position on IPOB

The Federal Government has described as “unfortunate” and “unacceptable,” the position of the U.S. Government over the declaration of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as a terrorist group.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, gave the government position Wednesday night in London when he featured on BBC Television programme, “Focus on Africa”.
The Minister, who stressed that the Federal Government was right in declaring IPOB a terrorist organisation, noted that he could not make up with the U.S. seemingly disagreement with the position.

25.5 million unsafe abortions performed annually– WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Thursday said dangerous methods were used in nearly half of the 55.7 million abortions carried out each year globally.
A WHO study shows that anti-abortion laws raise health risks for women.
According to research by WHO and the Guttmacher Institute, a U.S. reproductive health think tank, almost all of the 25.5 million unsafe abortions are happening in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Uber to shutter its U.S. auto-leasing business

Ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] on Wednesday said it is shutting down its U.S. auto-leasing business.
“We have decided to stop operating Xchange Leasing and move toward a less capital-intensive approach,” an Uber spokesperson told Reuters.
The Xchange Leasing business, which has about 40,000 vehicles and 14 showrooms in the United States, had attracted interest from buyers who were considering buying it outright, according to a Reuters report in August.

'Modern Family' star Sofia Vergara is TV's highest-paid actress for the third year in a row

Colombian actress and 'Modern Family' star, Sofia Vergara is the highest-paid television actress in 2017, and for the third year in a row.
According to the annual Forbes ranking which was released on Tuesday, since June 1, 2016, Vergara has earned an impressive $41.5 million before taxes and fees. A quarter of Vergara’s income is from Modern Family but her highest earnings are generated from licensing and endorsement deals.
The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco ranks in second at $26 million. The Mindy Project‘s Mindy Kaling and Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo tied for third with $13 million, followed by Law and Order: Special Victims Unit actress Mariska Hargitay ($12.5 million).

Former Thai prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra sentenced to five years in prison

Thailand's Supreme Court on Wednesday, sentenced former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, in absentia to five years in prison for negligence over mismanaging a rice subsidy scheme.
The politician was convicted of negligence in preventing corruption and irregularities in her government’s rice-pledging scheme prior to the 2014 coup.
The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Political Office Holders ruled that Yingluck had acknowledged the illegality of government-to-government rice deals but refused to cancel a contract with a Chinese state enterprise.

Kogi State Polytechnic students go on rampage after Dangote truck crushed one of their students and 4 others to death

Students of the Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja have taken to the Lokoja-Abuja highway to protest after one of their colleagues was crushed to death by a truck belonging to Dangote.
Five people reportedly died in the accident, one of whom was a student of Kogi State Polytechnic. This angered students and they began rioting at the international market, along Lokoja-Abuja highway.

President Buhari presides over the Federal Executive Council meeting

President Buhari presided over the Federal Executive Council meeting at the state house in Abuja this morning.More pictures after the cut..

Customs intercept 2 elephant tusks in Sokoto

The Sokoto Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has intercepted two elephant tusks weighing 65 kilogrammes and valued at more than N14 million.
The Public Relations Officer of the command, Mr Magaji Mailafiya, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria(NAN) on Wednesday in Sokoto.
Mailafiya said that a vehicle  with registration number: BRK 53 MF was arrested along with the tusks at Nigeria’s border with Benin Republic  in Lolo, Kebbi.

Kano Police parade armed robbery suspects who raped female victim in her home

The Kano State Police Command on Tuesday, September 26, paraded ten suspects arrested for alleged armed robbery,  rape and other crimes.

Briefing newsmen at the polic headquarters, Bompai, Kano on Tuesday, September 26, the spokesperson, DSP Magaji Musa Majia reiterated the Command’s readiness towards ensuring a secured, peaceful and conducive atmosphere as we progress towards the end of the year.

Below are details of the arrests:

Twitter tests 280-character tweet limit

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Twitter says it is testing doubling the number of characters allowed in tweets on the social media messaging platform.
“We want every person around the world to easily express themselves on Twitter, so we’re doing something new: we’re going to try out a longer limit, 280 characters,” the San Francisco-based company said on its blog on Tuesday.
The tweet limit of 140 characters, in place since Twitter was launched in 2006, has led to “cramming” in most languages, meaning users had to leave out words to make their messages fit.
“140 was an arbitrary choice based on the 160 character SMS limit. Proud of how thoughtful the team has been in solving a real problem people have when trying to tweet,” Twitter chief executive officer Jack Dorsey tweeted.

Saudi Arabia gets first spokeswoman


Saudi Arabia appointed its first female spokesperson ever at its embassy in Washington, hours after Saudi women were granted the right to drive.
“Proud to serve the @SaudiEmbassyUSA as the spokeswoman. I’m grateful for the opportunity, the support, and well wishes,” the spokeswoman, Fatimah Baeshen, wrote on Twitter.
Baeshen previously worked at the ministries of labour and economy between 2014 and 2017, according to the Saudi-owned Al Arabiya broadcaster.

Fake news writer who claimed responsibility for Trump’s election win found dead

Paul Horner, 38, the fake news writer who claimed responsibility for President Trump’s shock election win was found dead in his Laveen, Ariz, home last week.
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Mark Casey announced Tuesday that he was found in his bed on Sept. 18, and an autopsy found no signs of foul play, 
He said the 38-year-old American writer and comedian had a history of prescription drug abuse, and “evidence at the scene suggested this could be an accidental overdose”.

Married father-of-two abandons his family to live with a herd of cows who saved his life in India


A married father-of-two in India, Vijay Parsana, 44, abandoned his family five years ago to live full-time with cows who he thanks for saving his life and has since developed unexplainable love for them.
Vijay eats the cows' urine and dung, bathes, watches television and shares his bed with them in a religious retreat. He claims that the animals saved him from his bad gambling habit.

Italian Mayor nabbed for corruption

An Italian Mayor Edoardo Mazza, has been arrested by police on corruption charges as part of an investigation into the infiltration of the ‘ndrangheta organized crime clan of southern Italy in the north’s business and political establishment.
Mazza who is the mayor of Seregno, a city near Milan was arrested and prosecuted on Tuesday for partnering with a mafia-linked builder who allegedly got him votes in exchange for the rights to build a supermarket.

North Korea confused on Trump’s messages

North Korean government officials have been quietly trying to arrange talks with Republican-linked analysts in Washington, in an apparent attempt to make sense of President Trump and his confusing messages to Kim Jong Un’s regime.
The outreach began before the current eruption of threats between the two leaders but probably will become more urgent as Trump and Kim have descended into name-calling that, many analysts worry, sharply increases the chances of potentially catastrophic misunderstandings.

Thai former PM Shinawatra goes to jail

Thailand’s ousted former Prime Minister, Yingluck Shinawatra was handed a five-year prison sentence on Wednesday after the country’s highest court found her guilty of negligence in the management of a rice subsidy scheme.
Yingluck was due to hear the verdict on Aug. 25, but failed to show up, surprising hundreds of supporters, who had gathered at the court.
Aides said she had fled Thailand, fearing a harsh sentence.

Cameroon sends Nigerians packing

Cameroon has deported 100,000 Nigerian refugees in the hope of stemming the spread of terrorist group Boko Haram, Human Rights Watch (HWR) said on Wednesday.
The group said in its new report that the deportation defied a plea by UN refugee agency to not return anyone to north-eastern Nigeria, where Boko Haram killed thousands of people, until security and human rights situation improved considerably.”
The HRW report noted that the deported people were likely to face new violence, displacement and destitution.

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Woman seen in sex tape with Kevin Hart claims she flew to Vegas with him on a private plane & they had sex 3 times in his luxury suite


Montia Sabbag, the 26-year-old woman at the center of the Kevin Hart sex tape scandal, has revealed in an interview with Daily Mail TV that she slept with the married comedian three times after she flew with him on a private jet to Las Vegas.
Montia who claims that she didn't know who Kevin was or his marital status, also revealed that the sex tape being used in the multi million extortion attempt was filmed in Vegas during the day when the comedian was sober and not drunk. Read excerpts from the full interview below.

"Release Nnamdi Kanu’s corpse if you have killed him"- Brother to IPOB leader tells Army

The younger brother of the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has called on the Nigerian Army to release the corpse of the secessionist group leader if they have killed him. The younger Kanu had an interview today where he said that since the September 14th "invasion" of his brother's home by military officers, no one knows the whereabouts of his brother, Nnamdi as well as their parents. He called on the international community to help in calling on the Federal government to release his brother dead or alive.

"President Buhari’s health is a private matter even if the government is paying for it" Lai Mohammed says

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said that the health status of president Buhari is a private matter and any information regarding it cannot be divulged by anyone even if the state (government) is paying for his medical care. According to him, President Buhari is under no obligation to disclose his health status. Recall that President Buhari returned from the UK in August after a long stay for medical care for an undisclosed ailment.

Justice Opeyemi Oke sworn in as the Acting Chief Judge of Lagos State

Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode has sworn-in Justice Opeyemi Oke as the Acting Chief Judge of the State.
Ambode said the appointment of Justice Oke, as the acting Chief Judge of the State, was in line with judicial precedence and the long-aged tradition of succession, by seniority on the bench.
Justice Oke, who was appointed to the bench of the State High Court about twenty years ago, takes over from Justice Olufunmilayo Atilade who retired recently, having attained the mandatory retirement age of 65.

Saudi women can now drive cars

Saudi women will now be allowed to drive cars, Saudi King Salman ordered on Tuesday.
The order ended a conservative tradition seen by rights activists as an emblem of the Islamic kingdom’s repression of women.
The kingdom, the birthplace of Islam, has been widely criticized for being the only country in the world that bans women from driving, despite gradual improvement on some women’s issues in recent years and ambitious government targets to increase their public role, especially in the workforce.
Despite trying to cultivate a more modern image in recent years, the driving ban had been a longstanding stain on Saudi Arabia’s international image.

Senate summons Finance, Budget ministers

The Senate has summoned the Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun and her Budget and National Planning counterpart, Sen. Udo Udoma, to brief Nigerians on the state of the economy.
The Chairman, Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Sen. Sabi Abdullahi, made this known when he briefed newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja.
Abdullahi said that the invitation of the ministers was to get assurances on measures being put in place to prop-up and continuously support the economy to forestall relapse to recession.
He recalled that it was on the floor of the Senate that Nigeria was declared to be technically in recession.

Arms influx: Nigeria, Turkey strike agreement

Worried by the influx of illegal arms from Turkey into Nigeria, both countries have agreed to cooperate to stop the export of harmful items.
The Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ali (rtd) and Turkish Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Hakan Cakil, made the agreement on Tuesday in Abuja.
A statement by the Service Public Relations officer, Mr Joseph Attah, said that Ali unveiled the agreement.

Naira sells at N364/$ as MPC holds rate

The Naira on Tuesday exchanged at N364 to the dollar at the parallel market as the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting of the CBN holds benchmark interest rate at 14 per cent.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the MPC left the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 14 per cent, alongside other monetary policy parameters.
The CBN Governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele, said reducing interest rates may reverse the gains achieved in exchange rate stability and inflation rate reduction.
The Pound Sterling and the Euro traded at N492 and N436.

Wall St. slips on mounting North Korea tensions

U.S. stocks gave up early gains on Tuesday as rising tensions between the United states and North Korea weighed, while investors awaited Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s speech for more clarity on interest rate hikes.
North Korean has boosted defenses on its east coast, a South Korean lawmaker said, following Pyongyang’s threat that it would shoot down U.S. bombers flying near the peninsula.
U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Joseph Dunford said the United States should assume that North Korea has the ability to hit U.S. mainland and that it has the will to use that capacity.

Plane crash that killed UN boss 'may have been caused by aircraft attack'

A UN report into the death of its former secretary general Dag Hammarskjöld in a 1961 plane crash in central Africa has found that there is a “significant amount of evidence” that his flight was brought down by another aircraft.
The report, delivered to the current secretary general, António Guterres, last month, took into account previously undisclosed information provided by the US, UK, Belgian, Canadian and German governments.
Its author, Mohamed Chande Othman, a former Tanzanian chief justice, found that the US and UK governments had intercepted radio traffic in the area at the time and suggested that the 56-year-old mystery could be solved if the contents of those classified recordings were produced.

In Alabama Senate race, Trump takes on Republican anti-establishment

Alabama voters will cast ballots on Tuesday for the Republican nominee to fill a U.S. Senate seat in a race that has pitted the party’s leaders, including President Donald Trump, against its anti-establishment wing.
Senator Luther Strange, appointed in February to the seat left open when Jeff Sessions became U.S. attorney general, faces off against Roy Moore, an arch-conservative former state chief justice.
Moore finished ahead of Strange in last month’s initial round of voting. But Trump endorsed Strange and appeared with him at a rally in Huntsville on Friday.

EU helps countries crack down on food firms selling inferior products

Brussels has published legal guidance and offered funding to help governments crack down on food and drink multinationals’ illegal selling of inferior versions of well-known brands in eastern Europe.

Věra Jourová, the most senior justice official at the European commission, said evidence showed the practice broke EU law and she wanted member states to have the confidence to act against the perpetrators.
Companies accused by EU countries of selling lower-quality goods bearing identical branding in the east to the west include Coca-Cola, Pepsi, HiPP baby food, Birds Eye, Lidl and Spar. Persil and Ariel have also been accused of selling a less effective formula in eastern Europe.

Kenyan police disperse protests against election commission


Kenyan police used tear gas and batons on Tuesday to disperse protesters who say election officials should be sacked before the re-run of a presidential vote because they favor President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Several volleys of tear gas were fired near the election commission headquarters in central Nairobi, a Reuters witness said. When protestors regrouped, officers fired more tear gas and beat some with batons. By mid-afternoon calm had returned.
Raila Odinga, who lost his presidential bid on Aug. 8, will get another chance after the Supreme Court annulled the election citing irregularities and ordered a fresh vote within 60 days.

Attacker killed after shooting dead 3 Israeli security personnel

A Palestinian man shot and killed three Israeli security officers at the entrance to a West Bank settlement on Tuesday morning, Israel police said.
Tuesday’s attack is one of the deadliest outbursts of violence in months, and comes during the Jewish holiday season.
The 37-year-old attacker attempted to enter the affluent Har Hadar settlement north-west of Jerusalem through a back entrance along with a group of Palestinian labourers who work in the settlement, Israel police spokeswoman Luba Samri said.

World’s biggest diamond sells for $53m

British jeweller Graff said Tuesday it has purchased the world’s largest uncut diamond — roughly the size of a tennis ball — for $53 million (44.5 million euros) or US$47,777 per carat.
Canadian miner Lucara Diamond sold to Graff the 1,109-carat gem, the Lesedi La Rona, which was found in Botswana’s Karowe mine in November  2015.
“We are thrilled and honoured to become the new custodians of this incredible diamond,” said company chairman, Laurence Graff, in a statement.
“The stone will tell us its story, it will dictate how it wants to be cut, and we will take the utmost care to respect its exceptional properties.”

Police capture Boko Haram commander in Ondo

The military authorities announced on Tuesday that a high-value target in the Boko Haram war has been captured by the police in Ondo State.
The Director of Army Public Relations, Brig.-Gen. Sani Kukasheka, made the announcement in a statement in Maiduguri.
According to the spokesman, Idris Ibrahim Babawo, a top Boko Haram commander, is identified as number 156 in the Boko Haram wanted list.
Babawo, 42, who also goes by the name Idoko or Nagada, was captured while trying to evade arrest.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the capture indicates that the renewed push by the military to clear the insurgents from the North East is yielding dividends.

Monday, 25 September 2017

Palestinian gunman kills three Israeli guards at West Bank settlement

A Palestinian gunman killed three Israeli guards and wounded a fourth in an attack on a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday before he was shot dead, a police spokeswoman said.
She said the gunman approached Har Adar as part of a group of Palestinians who work at the settlement, and aroused the suspicion of private guards and paramilitary Israeli police posted at the entrance checkpoint.

U.S. Commerce Secretary Ross tells China to guarantee fair treatment for U.S. firms

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told China there was a need for it to “guarantee fair and reciprocal treatment for U.S. firms”, during a visit to Beijing, where he tried to strike an upbeat tone amid trade tensions between the two countries.
Ross told Premier Li Keqiang on Monday that the United States hoped for “very good deliverables” when U.S. President Donald Trump visits China, likely in November.
In a statement on Tuesday, the U.S. Commerce Department said that Ross had also pressed China on the “need to rebalance bilateral trade and investment relations”, and urged it to take “meaningful action” on trade issues.

New Zealand party leaders meet with caucuses to start negotiation talks

New Zealand’s major party leaders met with their caucuses on Tuesday, preparing to kick off talks on forming the next government with a nationalist party that holds the balance of power after an inconclusive weekend election.
The ruling National Party won the most seats in Saturday’s general election, but failed to secure enough to form a government, leaving the New Zealand First Party in the position of kingmaker.
Deputy leaders of both the ruling National and opposition Labour parties said they would be willing to give up the role of deputy prime minister to win the backing of Winston Peters, who leads New Zealand First.

Turkish court releases jailed journalist in opposition newspaper case

A Turkish court released prominent journalist Kadri Gursel from jail pending trial late on Monday, in a case that targets the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper and has been condemned by critics of President Tayyip Erdogan as an attack on free speech.
Television footage showed Gursel hugging his wife and colleagues as he emerged from jail at Silivri, west of Istanbul after some 330 days in custody.
“This is not something to be really happy about. There are Cumhuriyet staff who have been jailed due to unjust, baseless allegations,” Gursel told reporters outside the jail.

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