IZMIR, Turkey (Reuters) – A U.S. pastor was flown out of Turkey on Friday after a courtroom freed him from two years of detention, in a step that might enhance U.S.-Turkish ties strained by disputes over Syria, Iran and Ankara’s deliberate buy of Russian army tools.

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Pastor Andrew Brunson was anticipated to land at Joint Base Andrews close to Washington at round midday EDT (1600 GMT) on Saturday after a cease in Germany for a medical check-up.

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Brunson was jailed two years in the past and had been…

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