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Prominent Turkish journalists on trial for alleged links to an underground anti-government network called the conspiracy charges against them "political" in a case that has raised concerns over media freedom in Turkey. Turkey is currently holding nearly members of the news media in jail, one of the highest numbers worldwide, in a crackdown that critics and human rights groups say blights the country's image as a role model for democracy in the Middle East. Looking thinner but defiant,? If found guilty the two face a maximum of 15 years in prison.
Turkey's top court rules rights of jailed police chief Hanefi Avci breached
The European Court of Human Rights has today notified in writing a judgment 1 in the case of Buldan v. Turkey application no. The judgment is available only in English. The applicant, Nejdet Buldan, is a Turkish national of Kurdish origin, born in and living in Gelsenkirchen Germany. On 3 June at about 4. The three men were then forced into three cars.