The German government is planning a "reorientation" of its relations with Ankara in response to the arrest of human rights activists in Turkey. The government has changed its advice for those wishing to travel to the country, an armaments deal has apparently been scrapped and loans and investments are to be revised. Europe's papers ask whether this will make any impact on Ankara.

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Neue Zürcher Zeitung (CH)
Milliyet (TR)


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Die Welt (DE)
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Delo (SI)
Contrepoints (FR)
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Daily Sabah (TR)
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Postimees (EE)
Maaleht (EE)
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Delo (SI)
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