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Holding that owns pro-gov’t daily awarded 437 public tenders over past 11 years

Albayrak Holding, which owns the pro-government Yeni Şafak daily, has been awarded 437 public tenders over the past 11 years under the rule of...

One in every four journalists in Turkey suffered physical violence in 2020: report

One out of every four journalists was subjected to physical violence and half of them received threats in 2020, a report recently released by...

More than 200 press members imprisoned in Turkey in last 5 years: report

A figures-based overview of press freedom in Turkey, prepared by Reporters Without Borders (RSF), has revealed that more than 200 journalists and media workers...

Turkey’s judiciary is prone to linking journalism with terrorism: report

A trial monitoring study by the Media and Law Studies Association (MLSA) and the International Press Institute (IPI) has found that an overwhelming majority...

Turkey briefly detains journalist over anonymous 2017 complaint

Turkish journalist Gülşen İşeri was detained on Wednesday morning while visiting a civil registry office for passport renewal in İstanbul and was released later in the day,...

Turkish court rules for release of former opposition deputy after 489 days in jail

A high criminal court in İstanbul has ruled for the release of former main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) deputy Eren Erdem after he spent 489...

Editor of gov’t-critical newspaper detained on insult charges

Ali Avcu, the editor-in-chief of the Yurt daily, which is highly critical of the Turkish government, was detained on Tuesday evening on insult charges in the northwestern...

Turkey left unanswered all warnings about press freedom: Council of Europe

An annual press freedom report released by the Council of Europe (CoE) has revealed that Turkey has not replied to any of the alerts...

Former deputy, journalist receives suspended sentence over story on minister

Former deputy from the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) and former journalist Barış Yarkadaş on Thursday received to 10-month suspended sentence over a...

Writer Düzkan surrenders to serve prison sentence for supporting Kurdish daily

Feminist writer and journalist Ayşe Düzkan on Tuesday surrendered to authorities to serve an 18-month jail sentence handed down for acting as the symbolic...

Editor arrested for failing to pay damages in journalism-related lawsuits

Editor-in-Chief of the RED magazine Hakan Gülseven was arrested on Thursday on a warrant issued because he failed to pay damages levied in lawsuits...

Romania denies Turkey’s extradition request for former Zaman editor

A Bucharest court on Friday denied Turkey’s request for the extradition of Turkish journalist Kamil Demirkaya on allegations of support for terrorism due to...

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