In no country are more journalists behind bars than in Turkey. More than 160 are locked up, many on terrorism charges. This week 17 employees from the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet were tried. Seven have now been released on bail.
International rights groups criticized the case as emblematic of deteriorating press freedom in Turkey. Cumhuriyet is one of the newspapers critical of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Journalists from one of Turkey's last remaining opposition newspapers are back in court, accused of supporting terrorism. The trial comes one day after 25 media workers were jailed for links to the failed 2016 coup.
Two more prominent journalists have been released in the sprawling trial against the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper. Upon release, one vowed that the "mafia" Turkish regime would fall.
As the separatist crisis in Cameroon's English-speaking regions escalates, DW talks to a journalist in Buea who is trying to report on it despite bad encounters with both sides.
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