13 journalists working for Turkey’s Cumhuriyet newspaper have been imprisoned for seven months. Their wives didn't know each other before. Until they visited their husbands in the Silivri Prison together once a week.
Turkey has arrested the editor of a leading opposition newspaper, accusing him of spreading terrorist propaganda. Oguz Guven is only one of dozens of journalists and staff at the paper to have been put behind bars.
Turkish authorities have formally arrested two journalists from the opposition Sozcu newspaper, accusing them of supporting Fethullah Gulen. Officials recently arrested a Cumhuriyet editor on terrorism charges.
The Aydinlik newspaper has reported the arrest of its editor-in-chief, Ilker Yucel. The apparent cause was an unpaid fine for an article about President Erdogan's son-in-law published in 2014.
Thousands of Turkish demonstrators have marched through Ankara to protest against the jailing of an opposition lawmaker. Enis Berberoglu was this week sentenced to 25 years in prison on spying charges.
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