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Turkey loses any independent reporting with post-coup regulations

by Barış Altıntaş, 25/10/2016 Ninety-eight journalists have so far been arrested under Turkey’s State of Emergency declared on July 20, 2016, five days after the...

Turkey: Bianet Media Monitoring Report: July – September 2016

107 Journalists in Prison, 2,500 Others Left Unemployed Due To Closures Of 107 arrested journalists, 71 are from Gülen Community, 29 others from Kurdish Media....

Journalists Behind Bars

Killings, imprisonments and other methods to silence journalists happens all too often, in Europe as elsewhere in the world. In this editorial, the importance...

Turkey : 90 journalists in jail – have your say !

Brussels, 18 October 2016- Today the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) launched a global solidarity action in support of journalists in Turkey and its affiliates -...

Turkey: TGS elects its youngest president with a gender balanced board

Journalists Union of Turkey has elected the youngest president of his history during its 21th General Meeting. The equal gender balance at the new TGS...

EFJ and IFJ discussed media freedom in Turkey with CoE Secretary General Jagland

The presidents of the International and European Federations of Journalists (IFJ and EFJ) and the representatives of the other partner organisations of the Council...

Article 19 Report from Fact-Finding Mission in Turkey

ARTICLE 19 released a report summarising findings from a three-day fact-finding mission to Istanbul, conducted by representatives of international media freedom and civil society...

Turkey: More closures of independent media outlets under extended state of emergency

On 30 September, the licenses of twenty TV and radio stations were canceled in Turkey, including IMC TV, Hayatın Sesi, Azadi TV, Jiyan TV,...

Turkish government closes at least 20 TV, radio stations

New York, September 29, 2016—Turkish authorities should immediately reverse an order to close at least 20 television and radio stations and allow them to...

EJN Calls for End to Turkey’s Democracy Crisis: This is no Time for Propaganda and Intolerance

The Ethical Journalism Network has called on Turkey to make an urgent return to democracy and press freedom. At a meeting of more than 30...

RSF report: Turkey – State of Emergency, State of Arbitrary

Two months after responding to a coup attempt by declaring a state of emergency, the Turkish government continues to target journalists, pluralism and freedom...

Journalism in Turkey: my days in jail after the coup

The attempted coup of July 15 and its harsh impact on Turkish media and journalists. An editorial by Bulent Mumay, of one of the...
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