Friday sees another court hearing for 17 Turkish journalists charged with supporting terrorism. The employees of the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet are among 100 writers and reporters jailed in a widespread crackdown on press freedom in Turkey.
Russian independent newspaper Novaya Gazeta has been receiving threats for weeks after publishing reports on Yevgeny Prigozhin. Among other things, the oligarch is said to run a private army.
Dundar believes that the Turkish president is looking for revenge on his critics. In an interview with DW in Berlin, the former editor of Cumhuriyet said there was almost no opposition voice left in the Turkish media.
#Article19ForAll: Both authoritarian and democratic governments must accept that an open society with free expression is the best road to respect from the people they lead, the political analyst says.
His family claimed Patrick K. was on a hiking holiday, but Turkey said he was fighting for the Kurdish YPG militia. Now a court in Sirnak has sentenced the German man to over six years in prison.
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