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Turkey's Justice Ministry denies ‘isolation’ of imprisoned journalists Dündar, Gül

Turkey's Justice Ministry denies ‘isolation’ of imprisoned journalists Dündar, Gül

Turkey’s Justice Ministry has denied media reports claiming that Cumhuriyet editor-in-chief Can Dündar and Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gül are being held in “isolation” during their ongoing pre-trial detention

Comment(s)12/8/2015

Two arrested Turkish journalists apply to Constitutional Court for release

Two arrested Turkish journalists apply to Constitutional Court for release

Cumhuriyet editor-in-chief Can Dündar and Ankara bureau chief Erdem Gül, who were arrested on Nov. 26 for their report on weapons-filled Turkish intelligence trucks bound for Syria in early 2014, have applied to the Constitutional Court for release

Comment(s)12/6/2015

VICE News fixer still in Turkish jail after more than 100 days

VICE News fixer still in Turkish jail after more than 100 days

VICE News journalist and fixer Mohammed Rasool has now been held in a Turkish prison without trial for over 100 days

Comment(s)12/7/2015

‘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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Armenian-origin columnist fined for ‘insulting’ Ankara mayor

Armenian-origin columnist fined for ‘insulting’ Ankara mayor

A local court in Ankara has ordered Turkish-Armenian journalist Hayko Bağdat to pay 1,160 Turkish Liras for “insulting” Ankara Mayor Melih Gökçek, saying in its ruling Bağdat had committed the crime under “provocation” by Gökçek, who made statements that “could be assumed as insulting” to the Armenian community

Comment(s)12/7/2015

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

Comment(s)12/4/2015

Child marriages make up one third in Turkey

Child marriages make up one third in Turkey

One third of marriages in Turkey involve underage girls, according to a women’s rights lawyer speaking at a conference that was called to tackle the problem

Comment(s)12/7/2015

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

Comment(s)12/4/2015

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