Good morning. In today’s issue: The destiny of 300 Turkish people hangs on Brazil’s Supreme Court. New leaks show more links between Moro and prosecutors. Congress examines loans to Venezuela, Cuba, and Mozambique.
The destiny of 300 Turkish people hangs on Brazil’s Supreme Court
Tomorrow, Brazil’s Federal Supreme Court will analyze Turkey’s request for the extradition of Ali Sipahi, a Turkish-Brazilian restaurant owner accused by his home country of involvement in conspiracy and terrorism due to his links with the Gülen movement—also known as Hizmet—inspired by exiled Turkish cleric Fethullah Gülen. Mr. Sipahi was arrested on April 5 after a request from the Recep Tayyip Erdoğan government.