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Turkey: IPI condemns physical attack on Yeniçağ correspondent, calls for thorough investigation

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, today condemned the assault on Orhan Uğuroğlu, a Turkish TV commentator and Ankara correspondent of the conservative Yeniçağ newspaper and Yeniçağ TV. According to news reports, Uğuroğlu was attacked on January 15 in Ankara by three assailants […]

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How we came together to protect Turkey’s journalists

By AHMET HİLMİ HACALOĞLU / The power of solidarity amid the ongoing press freedom crisis

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IPI urges Turkey to withdraw fine against critical newspaper over anniversary ad

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, called on Turkey’s Ministry of Trade to withdraw a fine against critical newspaper Evrensel over a television advertisement marking the newspaper’s 25th anniversary. Evrensel reported on Monday that the Ministry of Trade’s Directorate General of Consumer Protection […]

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Corruption, truth and the basic problem

By ÇİĞDEM TOKER / “If we are talking about a corrupt and unjust mentality within the governing party in general, then this may be seen to prevail in other areas, too.”

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