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Top court finds rights violation in 3-day advertising ban imposed on Cumhuriyet daily

Turkey’s Constitutional Court has ruled that a three-day advertising ban imposed on the pro-opposition Cumhuriyet daily in 2013 was a violation of the right...

Reactions mount as critical media outlets not allowed to cover Republic Day ceremony

Reporters from the Cumhuriyet daily, Fox TV and the ANKA news agency, all critical of the Turkish government, were reportedly prevented from covering the...

Turkey’s interior minister files TL 1 million lawsuit against opposition daily

Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has filed a lawsuit against the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper due to "slanderous" news reports in the daily about the...

Opposition daily faces investigation for reporting on state-mafia relations in Turkey

An investigation has been launched into two senior figures of the Cumhuriyet daily, which is critical of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government,...

Opposition daily targeted by Turkish minister blames exiled editor Dündar

The Cumhuriyet daily, which has recently been targeted by Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu, has accused exiled journalist Can Dündar, its former editor-in-chief, and...

Interior minister targets opposition daily for reporting on Turkey’s ‘deep state’

Turkish Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has targeted the Cumhuriyet daily, critical of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government, for reporting on several photos...

RSF condemns ‘political and judicial persecution’ of exiled journalist Dündar

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has condemned “Turkey’s political and judicial persecution” of exiled journalist and former Cumhuriyet daily Editor-in-Chief Can Dündar, who is facing...

Turkish journalist briefly detained over cartoon tweet

A columnist for a top Turkish opposition daily was briefly detained on Wednesday over a tweet of a cartoon depicting a janitor appearing to...

Turkish court hands down 27-year sentence to exiled journalist Dündar

A Turkish court on Wednesday handed down a prison sentence of 27 years, six months to exiled journalist Can Dündar in a trial concerning...

Court rejects recusal demand by journalist Dündar’s lawyers in MİT trucks case

A high criminal court in İstanbul has rejected a demand for the recusal of the panel of judges by lawyers for journalist Can Dündar, who...

35-day advertising ban imposed on Cumhuriyet over report on Erdoğan aide

Turkey’s Press Advertising Agency (BİK), the state body responsible for regulating publicly funded advertisements in the media, has imposed a 35-day advertising ban on...

Appeals court upholds prison sentences of journalists

A Turkish appeals court has upheld prison sentences previously handed down to 18 defendants, including journalists and media workers, the Cumhuriyet newspaper reported on...

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