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Since the attempted coup, 170 newspapers, magazines, television stations and news agencies have been shut down, leaving 2,500 journalists unemployed, Turkey's journalists' association said.

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Turkey s media crackdown

Turkey's media crackdown


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Carnations and duplicates of the November 1, 2016 paper are found in the newsroom of Cumhuriyet daily paper, a restriction secularist day by day, in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Murad Sezer


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Supporters of Cumhuriyet daily paper, a restriction secularist day by day, hold October 31, 2016 paper amid a challenge before its base camp in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Murad Sezer


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Support messages by common and left-wing gatherings are found before the Cumhuriyet daily paper, a restriction secularist every day, in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Murad Sezer


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

IMC TV workers respond after their telecaster's transmission cut by the powers, in view of an administration announce, at IMC TV studios in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Huseyin Aldemir


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

A supporter of Cumhuriyet daily paper, a restriction secularist day by day, holds a notice and a duplicate of the October 31, 2016 paper amid a challenge before its home office in Istanbul, Turkey. The notice peruses, "Don't bow down". REUTERS/Murad Sezer


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Supporters of Cumhuriyet daily paper, a restriction secularist day by day, hold bulletins amid a dissent before its central command in Istanbul, Turkey. The notices read, "Free press can't be quieted" (C) and "Don't bow down". REUTERS/Murad Sezer


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Supporters of Cumhuriyet daily paper, a resistance secularist day by day, hold duplicates of the October 31, 2016 paper amid a challenge before its base camp in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Murad Sezer


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Turkish writer Can Dundar and his significant other Dilek Dundar leave the Justice Palace in Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Osman Orsal


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Demonstrators yell mottos as they hold pictures of Ahmet Nesin, Sebnem Korur Fincanci and Erol Onderoglu amid a challenge a capture of three noticeable campaigners for squeeze opportunity, before the ace Kurdish Ozgur Gundem daily paper in focal Istanbul, Turkey. REUTERS/Murad Sezer


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Cumhuriyet writers watch a challenge outside the Cumhuriyet daily paper in Istanbul, Turkey. Around 2,000 individuals challenged over the capture of two unmistakable columnists on charges of reconnaissance and fear monger promulgation, a case that has resuscitated long-standing feedback of Turkey's record on squeeze opportunity under President Tayyip Erdogan. REUTERS/Osman Orsal


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Demonstrators yell mottos amid a challenge the capture of three noticeable activists for squeeze flexibility, in focal Istanbul,Turkey. REUTERS/Osman Orsal


Turkey s media crackdown 7435868

Can Dundar, previous manager in-head of Cumhurryiet, Turkey�s primary resistance daily paper which was assaulted by Turkish police, is envisioned after a meeting with Reuters in Berlin, Germany, November 4, 2016. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt


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A Zaman media bunch columnist holds a pennant as he stands outside the central command of Zaman every day daily paper in Istanbul. REUTERS/Murad Sezer


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