The New York Times – Carlotta Gall – Nov 6, 8:12 AM

ISTANBUL — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has kept the case of Jamal Khashoggi alive through a steady drip of leaks, forcing the Saudis to admit that the columnist and dissident was killed more than a month ago in their consulate

 

Television is the main news source in Turkey, followed by online news, according to a new report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. The report also finds that, for the first time, the smartphone has overtaken the computer for accessing news, the rise in online news use has stalled after two years […]

HDP MPs Kemalbay and Başaran, whose Instagram accounts have been closed, have said, “The univocality in the media is intended to be spread on the social media as well.”

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The following questionnaire, conducted by P24 Platform for Independent Journalism, is part of a survey aimed at revealing the conditions faced by journalists in prison in Turkey, either in pretrial detention or under a sentence. In addition to

Amnesty International, PEN Germany, Turkish-German Forum of Culture and German Journalists Association have released a joint statement and called the Federal Government of Germany to get involved for the release of rights advocate Osman Kavala.
WDR – Oct 27

Zur übersetzten und redaktionell bearbeiteten Fassung der Kolumne: Warum sitzt Osman Kavala im Gefängnis? | mehr Osman Kavala neden hapiste? Bu soru aklımdan geçtiği anda, zihnim yıllar öncesinden bi

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