The controversial law placing limits on the sale and advertising of alcoholic beverages in Turkey was started in Sept. 9, despite ongoing criticism. 
 Retailers are no longer be allowed to sell alcoholic beverages between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., and the sale of alcohol near schools and places of worship is also be forbidden, according to the bill. The new law goes into effect at midnight before switching over to the times listed above thereafter...
-TheGuardian
 

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