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An Istanbul court has ruled for the continuation of a 21-year-long detainment of a 42-year-old man, who has been standing trial for an anti-terror case since 1994.
Doctors went on a nationwide strike for one day on June 1, as the Turkish Medical Association (TTB) announced late last week it was calling all its member doctors to go on a strike to protest the killing of Kamil Furtun, a thoracic surgeon who was shot dead while on duty on May 29 in a public hospital in the Black Sea province of Samsun.
Turkish media have faced over 150 gag orders in the last four years, according to Hürriyet reporter Zeynep Gürcanlı. Here are 10 of them.
The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers has called the Turkish government 'to urgently recognize the importance of plural voices within the media'
The Doğan Media Group’s Publishing Principles Committee has reaffirmed its commitment to non-partisan, impartial reporting at a meeting in Istanbul.
Riot police and water cannons stood on alert on May 31 to prevent gatherings called by Taksim Solidarity to commemorate the second anniversary of the nationwide anti-government protests
The paper published an editorial over the latest remarks by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan targeting daily Hürriyet, urging a discontinuation of the harsh policies toward democracy and press freedom
Three LGBTI associations have condemned homophobic news items published by a number of Turkish media outlets against an openly gay candidate running for the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) in the upcoming elections, news portal bianet has reported.
Members of the International Press Institute (IPI)’s Executive Board called on Turkish President Erdoğan to 'immediately halt a disingenuous campaign of vilification' against the Doğan Media Group
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