Turkey Seizes Six Churches for State Property
April 8, 2016
The country of Turkey has taken control of six churches and made them state property, including a 1,700-year-old church, according to World Watch Monitor.
The government seized large areas of property in Turkey's southeast, a region ravaged by 10 months of urban conflict, in order to reconstruct the historical center of Diyarbakir, the region's largest city.
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