Turkish Officials Angry Over Conviction Of Turkish Banker In U.S. Court Turkish officials are reacting angrily to a guilty verdict in a trial in New York. The case turned up testimony alleging high-level corruption in Turkey, including bribery that allowed Turks to violate U.S. sanctions on business with Iran.

Turkish Officials Angry Over Conviction Of Turkish Banker In U.S. Court

Turkish Officials Angry Over Conviction Of Turkish Banker In U.S. Court

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Turkish officials are reacting angrily to a guilty verdict in a trial in New York. The case turned up testimony alleging high-level corruption in Turkey, including bribery that allowed Turks to violate U.S. sanctions on business with Iran.