May 3 is celebrated as the World Press Freedom Day. During this day, several media outlets used expressions like Turkey “jails” or “oppresses” journalists.
The New York Times published an article entitled ‘Turkey’s Free Press Withers as Erdogan Jails 120 Journalists’ by Rod Nordland which contains a number of
On 18 August 2016, Turkish novelist Elif Safak posted a tweet on her personal Twitter account in which she called the Turkish daily newspaper Ozgur Gundem “pro-Kurdis
RSF (Reporters sans Frontieres - Reporters without Borders) claimed that its Turkey representative Erol Onderoglu was arrested for participating in a campaign in support of Kurdish media outlets.
Cihan News Agency (CHA) claimed that Reuters Correspondent Faruk Yuce was taken into custody in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir while he was recording scenes from a rally organized by the Democratic Regions Party (DBP).
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