The editor-in-chief of the prominent Turkish newspaper Hürriyet, Sedat Ergin, has won DW's Freedom of Speech award. Ergin faces a lawsuit for allegedly insulting President Erdogan. Other journalists in Turkey are facing a similar fate.
How do refugee journalists view their new lives in Germany? In the DW video series "Dear Germany," Azerbaijani journalist Jasur Mammadov tells how he made it - and how it was more difficult than he imagined it to be.
Under Turkey's current state of emergency, drawing a cartoon that lampoons politics could land you in jail. Despite the crackdown, cartoonists in the country say they are not running out of inspiration.
Deniz Yücel and Asli Erdogan are among hundreds of writers and journalists who have been jailed in Turkey since last year's attempted coup. Both were awarded the Prize for the Freedom and Future of the Media in Leipzig.
How do refugee journalists view their new lives in Germany? "Dear Germany" brings you their impressions of the country.
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