Cumhuriyet's editor-in-chief and several reporters have been arrested, but Turkey's last remaining opposition newspaper is standing fast. Following the arrests, it ran the headline, "We're not giving up."
A Turkish court has upheld sentences against journalists and staff from newspaper Cumhuriyet. The case is widely viewed as a political move against critical media.
Germany has reportedly already issued arrest warrants for "Islamic State" fighters being held abroad. Kurdish forces are losing patience with European nations.
Authorities in Turkey have launched a fresh clampdown on suspected followers of Fethullah Gulen over a 2010 police exam. Prosecutors say answers were leaked to Gulen followers to boost their chances of promotion.
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