U.S. pastor Brunson leaves Turkey after court frees him
Saturday, 13 October 2018 () By Ezgi Erkoyun and Emily Wither IZMIR, Turkey (Reuters) - A U.S. evangelical Christian pastor left Turkey on Friday after a Turkish court freed him from two years of detention, in a step that could improve ties between the two countries which are strained by differences over Syria, Iran and Ankara's planned purchase of Russian military equipment
Andrew Brunson, the American evangelical Christian pastor at the center of a row between Ankara and Washington arrived at his home in Turkey on Friday after a Turkish court ruled he could go free, a move that may signal a major step towards mending ties between the allies. Rough Cut (no reporter...
Reuters has reported that Pastor Andrew Brunson will reportedly land at a military base near Washington on Saturday. President Donald Trump said it's likely that Brunson will visit the White House the..