A court has ordered a publication ban on photos and videos of the deadly bombing in southeastern Turkey in the latest instance of gag orders on the media after major crises.
The police attacked Suruç Explosion protesters in Kadıköy district of İstanbul. Protests kept going in Beşiktaş district of İstanbul.
Two policemen ‘killed in Turkey’

Two Turkish policemen have been killed in a town near the Syrian border, in the same province hit by a suicide attack on Monday, officials say.
The prime minister and the president offices have taken aggressive stances in their remarks refusing charges of neglect in the face of potential threats posed by militants of ISIL, as both offices attacked the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) for its belief in the government’s tacit support of ISIL militants
The ‘little presidents’ who deny press freedom by attacking journalists

Survey by Reporters Without Borders of the political leaders who intimidate, insult and jail editors and reporters who dare to hold them to account


ISIL’s Turkish magazine has slammed Turkey and its president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, claiming that he supports the PKK ‘intentionally or unintentionally’
Turkish police on July 21 fired tear gas and water cannon against hundreds of protesters who took to streets to condemn the deadly suicide attack in a border town, an AFP photographer reported
HDP Co-Chair Selahattin Demirtaş called for Turkey’s parliament to hold an emergency meeting.
The President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said “Terror has no religion, nation or land” related to Suruç explosion.

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