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Turkish authorities permanently ban Evrensel daily from publishing public ads

Turkish authorities have permanently canceled the leftist Evrensel daily’s license to publish public ads, a significant source of revenue for newspapers, on the grounds...

Columnist for left-wing daily indicted on Erdoğan insult charges due to article on forest fires

A columnist for the left-wing Evrensel newspaper has been indicted on charges of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in an opinion piece in which...

Journalist acquitted of insult charges concerning Turkish first lady’s handbag

A journalist working for Turkey's left-wing Evrensel daily has been cleared of the insult charges he faced due to an article he wrote about...

Communications director denies Turkey cancelled journalists’ press cards

Fahrettin Altun, the head of Turkey’s Presidential Communications Directorate, has denied reports published last week which claimed that Turkey had cancelled the press credentials of journalists working...

3 journalists given jail sentences on Erdoğan insult charges

A Turkish court has handed down jail sentences to three journalists on charges of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the Mesopotamia news agency reported. The...

TV anchorman testifies to prosecutor over allegations of insulting President Erdoğan

Turkey’s Fox TV anchorman Fatih Portakal testified to a prosecutor on Thursday as part of an investigation launched over tweets criticizing censorship of a...

Evrensel editor-in-chief to pay TL 10,000 fine due to a 2012 report

Fatih Polat, the editor-in-chief of Turkey’s leftist Evrensel daily, will pay a fine of TL 10,000 (around $1,500) for revealing the identity of a...

Journalist sent to jail for attending pro-Kurdish forum gathering

Yusuf Karataş, a columnist for the Evrensel newspaper, was put in pretrial detention as part of an investigation into the Democratic People’s Congress (DTK),...

Two Evrensel journalists given suspended sentences over Article 301

The Evrensel daily's managing editor Çağrı Sarı and former license owner Arif Koşar have been given suspended five-month sentences on charges related to Article...

Pro-gov’t daily says leftist newspaper to be closed down

  The pro-government Yeni Akit daily ran a controversial story on Wednesday claiming that the government is planning to close down the leftist newspaper Evrensel,...

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