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Turkey: three journalists sentenced to life over coup attempt

Brussels, 16 February 2018 - A Turkish court jailed yesterday journalists Mehmet Altan (65), his brother Ahmet Altan (67) and Nazli Illicak (73) for life imprisonment after finding them guilty...

Expression Interrupted: New website from P24 on imprisoned journalists in Turkey

Platform for Independent Journalism (P24), working in cooperation with ARTICLE 19, has launched a new website Expression Interrupted to keep track of numbers of...

Launch of Forbidden Stories project

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and Freedom Voices Network announce the launch of Forbidden Stories, a project that aims to secure the data and information...

IPI launches FreeTurkeyJournalists website

Platform intended to show imprisoned media employees ‘not just a number’. The International Press Institute (IPI) unveiled a new website to serve as a resource...

A record number of journalists are in jail, CPJ census finds

Turkey holds at least 81 journalists, fueling global high of 259. New York, December 13, 2016--Turkey's unprecedented crackdown on media brought the total number of...

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...

CPJ announces 2016 International Press Freedom Award winners

Awardees from Egypt, India, Turkey, and El Salvador New York, July 18, 2016—The Committee to Protect Journalists will honor journalists from Egypt, India, Turkey, and...

In anger and with shame

P24 calls for the immediate release of all those now in jail for something that is no crime. The sight of three of Turkey’s most...

OCCRP denounces media repression on World Press Freedom Day

Written by OCCRP With one partner journalist in jail, an online TV channel fighting off criminal charges and collaborators facing daily harassment, surveillance and character...

World Press Freedom Day: Azeri Reporter Wins UNESCO Press Freedom Prize From Behind Bars

Azerbaijani investigative reporter Khadija Ismayilova won the 2016 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize today from behind bars in a Baku prison. The award...
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