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Turkey media, between European solidarity and tolerance

The difficult situation of Turkey's press told by well-known journalists, the effects of European solidarity initiatives, and the prospects for the future. A report...

New report details state of media freedom in Europe

Index on Censorship has released a new report detailing the state of media freedom in 35 European countries in the past four years. Threats...

Macedonian Court Ruling Favors Formerly Jailed Journalist, Indicates Government Conspiracy

Macedonian journalist Tomislav Kezarovski can finally expect to be formally exonerated of political charges against him, after nearly five years of struggle. by Filip Stojanovski  Kezarovski...

Serb journalist jailed for 27 months in case brought by party officials

Reporters Without Borders condemns the prison sentence of two years and three months handed down by a Serbian court on the freelance journalist Stefan...

Turkey: Dim hopes for 2017, but we’ll keep up the struggle for a free world

A journalist with hope is a common contradiction in these strange days. When I set forth to share my thoughts on what the new...

Report: Media freedom comes under unprecedented crackdown in 3Q 2016

Threats to media freedom jump in Turkey as a result of the failed coup.  An unprecedented series of crackdowns on media professionals and news outlets...

Macedonia, detention and censorship

Censorship in Macedonia: the controversial case of Zoran Bozinovski, a journalist charged with criminal conspiracy, espionage and extortion, arrested in April 2016 and still...

Turkey: international coalition slams Cumhuriyet arrests, media closures

On October 2, the European and International Federations of Journalists (EFJ and IFJ) joined a coalition of international media freedom organisations led by the International...

New wave of arrests targeting daily Cumhuriyet in Turkey

The European and International Federations of Journalists (EFJ/IFJ) today condemned the new wave of media repression by Turkish authorities following the detention of Murat Sabuncu, editor-in-chief...

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...
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