Probe into Film Workers Supporting Peace Academics

 
An investigation has been launched into 433 film workers, who issued a support declaration for Academics for Peace, on charge of “promoting crime and criminal”.
 
“Inciting people to breed enmity and animosity, praising the terror organisation, insulting the state dignitaries” were among the grounds announced by the Ministry of Interior for launching legal proceedings against people due to their comments shared in the social media.

Turkey Jails Journalists for Reporting on Energy Minister’s Leaked Emails
The Daily Dot
The email archive was later indexed by WikiLeaks, which remains banned in Turkey. On Sunday morning, Turkish police special forces units raided houses of journalists from various outlets known for their critical news coverage, including daily BirGun’s

 

 

 
HDP Vice Co-Chair Tuğluk, DBP Vice Co-Chair Fırat and DTK former council member Yaşar have been taken into custody as part of a probe launched by Diyarbakır Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office.

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