The spokesperson for Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) on Wednesday blasted two Turkish actors who were detained and released ...
Turkish prosecutors are preparing to file lawsuits against 68 lawmakers with Turkey’s main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) for ...
An Istanbul court on Friday ordered the release of seven suspects in the controversial trial of staff from the Cumhuriyet opposition newspaper but ...
The Cumhuriyet newspaper published footage on its website on Friday
The case against her highlighted concerns about press freedom in Turkey under President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Sedef Kabas has been charged with ‘targeting public servants tasked with fighting against terrorism’
Frederike Geerdink is based in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir and specializes in writing about the Kurds
Sedef Kabas asked followers not to forget a judge who dropped a corruption probe
Turkey was the world’s top jailer of journalists in 2012 and 2013
The foreign ministry declined to comment but government officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, defended the move
Some 14,000 judges and prosecutors voted for members of the High Board of Judges and Prosecutors council
Erdogan, who has long been at odds with the Dogan group, rejects allegations of growing restrictions on media freedom
The self-deceptions of this ultra secular media elite would not be important if the international policy makers or various think tanks would not rely on them
Two channels were fined for their stories about the murder of a 9-year-old boy
Gul said he had studied the judiciary bill during its passage through parliament
It was not only Turkish public opinion that was shocked by the recent leak of an audio recording of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
“You’re deported,” one of my colleagues told me. Within hours, the police phoned my editor-in-chief, asking him to hand me over
The government-proposed legislation would allow Turkey’s telecommunications authority to block websites deemed to violate privacy
Turkey’s Cumhuriyet newspaper reported that two of the ministers whose sons were detained had accepted over $60 million in bribes
Bunyamin Aygun was taken hostage by militants in mid-December
Milliyet newspaper said Tuesday that 43-year-old photographer Bunyamin Aygun was abducted in Syria 21 days ago
Prominent Turkish journalist Can Dundar says he misses the media censorship that followed a bloody 1980 military coup - at least then, journalists ...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s criticism of Turkey’s detention of certain “journalists” during her February 2012 visit to ...
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