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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Four of the assailants who launched petrol bomb and gun attacks on the offices of two Turkish newspapers have been identified, a police source said
Two British journalists working for VICE News, who were released from a prison in southern Turkey to which they were sent after being arrested on alleged terror charges in late August, have been deported, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
A Dutch journalist based in southeastern Diyarbakır province was detained Sept. 6 by the police for the second time, Netherland official news agency ANP has reported
Daily Hürriyet’s Istanbul headquarters was pelted with stones by a group of pro-AKP supporters early on Sept. 7 in an attack described by the newspaper’s editor-in-chief as 'a black page in Turkey’s democratic history'
Two VICE News journalists who were released from prison on Sept. 3 after being arrested in Turkey’s southeast will be deported from the country
The number of cases filed against journalists has increased with a criminal investigation launched against daily Zaman editor-in-chief Ekrem Dumanlı and a legal case filed against daily Bugün columnist Yavuz Baydar for allegedly defaming President Erdoğan
Aydın Doğan, the founder and honorary chairman of Doğan Holding, has condemned recent terror attacks and urged “every one of us to show sensibility.”
An academic who became known as the “woman in red” during the outset of the Gezi Park uprising in 2013 has applied to the Constitutional Court on grounds her rights had been violated
A Turkish prosecutor has launched an investigation into daily Hürriyet columnist Ertuğrul Özkök to probe whether he insulted President Erdoğan in his article
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