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‘Guards of hope’ support arrested Turkish journalists at gates of Istanbul prison

‘Guards of hope’ support arrested Turkish journalists at gates of Istanbul prison

The “guard duty” established by Press Council High Commission member Doğan Satmış and daily Cumhuriyet editorial consultant Mete Akyol in support of arrested Cumhuriyet journalists, at the gates of the prison where they are being held, continued into its fourth day on Dec. 6

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Today’s Zaman editor-in-chief resigns over ‘pressure on media freedom’

Today’s Zaman editor-in-chief resigns over ‘pressure on media freedom’

Today’s Zaman Editor-in-Chief Bülent Keneş announced his resignation on Dec. 3 over “government pressure” and personal lawsuits against him

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Jurists criticize charges over ‘insulting’ president, say matter is ‘political’

Jurists criticize charges over ‘insulting’ president, say matter is ‘political’

The growing number of court cases opened against individuals in Turkey on charges of 'insulting' the president prompts several professional chambers of jurists to hold a workshop on the issue

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Four journalists face trial for ‘insulting’ Erdoğan

Four journalists face trial for ‘insulting’ Erdoğan

Three journalists from daily BirGün face up to four years in prison on charges of “insulting the Turkish president” while a columnist from daily Taraf has testified on the same charge

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Popular website ordered to remove entries on PM’s aide who kicked Soma mourner

Popular website ordered to remove entries on PM’s aide who kicked Soma mourner

Popular Turkish website Ekşi Sözlük has deleted entries on the Turkish PM’s aide who made headlines after kicking a mourner in the mine disaster-struck town of Soma, upon a court order

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Turkish court rules for record compensation payout to acquitted coup plot convict

Turkish court rules for record compensation payout to acquitted coup plot convict

A local court in the Turkish capital city of Ankara has ruled nearly 1.5 million Turkish Liras was to be paid as compensation to a former coup plot convict who was acquitted after being jailed for almost four years

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Retired general to be paid 1.2 million liras after over three years in jail in coup plot case

Retired general to be paid 1.2 million liras after over three years in jail in coup plot case

A local court in Ankara has ruled that a former coup plot convict must be paid 1.2 million Turkish Liras in compensation after he was acquitted following more than three years in jail

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RSF launches appeal for arrested Cumhuriyet journalists

RSF launches appeal for arrested Cumhuriyet journalists

The Paris-based Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has launched an international appeal for the release of arrested Cumhuriyet journalists Can Dündar and Erdem Gül, as well as many other reporters who remain detained in Turkey

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