nytimes.com – Tim Arango – Mar 13 – ISTANBUL — The websites of an atheist association, the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a Kurdish separatist organization are blocked to Turkish Internet users. But many sites that promote extreme Islamist messages — even
Turkish police on March 13 detained three people accused of insulting President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and other top officials on Twitter, after raiding their homes.
Recently, Turkey’s Family and Social Policies Ministry called on authorities to ban the very popular video game Minecraft. Are video games really dangerous, even when they don’t seem to be violent?
Journalist Mehmet Baransu has been arrested within an investigation around the allegations that Turkey’s Sledgehammer case defendants have been set up to be arrested.
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