Reuters.comDec 14, 2:44 AM – ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish police raided a television station and a newspaper close to U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen on Sunday, detaining some people, media reports said, two days after President Tayyip Erdogan signaled a fresh
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CNN Türk ENG ‏@CNNTURK_ENG  Chief Editor of daily Zaman taken by police amid applause and slogans “Free press cannot be silenced” #Turkey

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Zaman Fotoğraf ‏@ZamanFotograf #FOTOGRAF | Ekrem Dumanlı gözaltına alındı. | © AKİF TALHA SERTTÜRK / #ZAMAN

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ChristianChristensen ‏@ChrChristensen  Picture of Erdogan w/Daily Zaman editor he had arrested today. Headline in the framed page? “Victory of Democracy.”

Turkish police raided the office of daily Zaman on early Dec. 14 two days after President Tayyip Erdoğan signalled a fresh campaign against Gülen’s supporters
Kılıçdaroğlu has described the operation, in which police raided a newspaper, as a ‘coup’
TUR21. Istanbul (Turkey), 14/12/2014.- Supporters of Fethullah Gulen Movement surround a car carrying Ekrem Dumanli (C) chief editor of Zaman newspapers after he was detained by police as a part of Turkish police operation targeting the media close to the Fethullah Gülen, in Istanbul, Turkey 14 December 2014. Early 14 December police simultaneously arrested broadcasters from a television station and a former anti-terrorism chief and journalists according to local media. (Turquía, Estanbul) EFE/EPA/ERDEM SAHIN
TUR21. Istanbul (Turkey), 14/12/2014.- Supporters of Fethullah Gulen Movement surround a car carrying Ekrem Dumanli (C) chief editor of Zaman newspapers after he was detained by police as a part of Turkish police operation targeting the media close to the Fethullah Gülen, in Istanbul, Turkey 14 December 2014. Early 14 December police simultaneously arrested broadcasters from a television station and a former anti-terrorism chief and journalists according to local media. (Turquía, Estanbul) EFE/EPA/ERDEM SAHIN
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Zaman Gazetesi ‏@zamancomtr  Turkish police raid Zaman building, detain editor-in-chief #FreeMediaCannotBeSilenced #ÖzgürBasınSusturulamaz

The use of the Prime Ministry position by current President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and the one-sided reports in the media gave him an unfair advantage compared to the other two candidates in the presidential election race in August, according to a new OSCE report
CHP has continued to give new examples of abuse of public office since the ruling AKP came to power in 2002

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