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Journalists in State of Emergency -- 35

Five journalists and one newspaper employee detained purportedly over reports on hacked emails of Turkish energy minister

 
 
Five journalists and one newspaper accountant were detained on Dec. 25 in an operation believed to be about a recent hacking scandal, where a group calling itself RedHack posted  e-mail correspondence by Berat Albayrak, Turkey’s energy minister and President Erdogan’s son-in-law online.
 
The charges were put forward by officials as “propagating for an armed terrorist organization,” but did not specify the exact reason for the detentions. Observers said all of the journalists had written reports on the RedHack leak. Government and pro-government media reports stated the six journalists had “RedHack links” and that they were on a team to forge public perceptions in line with the purposes of the hacker group. The role of Mahir Kanaat, Birgün’s accountant, in reporting on the leaks was not immediately clear.
 
Those detained were Ömer Çelik, the news editor for Dicle News Agency (DİHA), shuttered under a Cabinet decree during Turkey’s post-coup State of Emergency; DİHA reporter Metin Yoksu; former Diken news website editor Tunca Öğreten; BirGün daily newspaper’s accountant Mahir Kanaat; Derya Okatan, managing editor of ETHA, which was also shuttered by a decree, and Eray Sargın, the news editor legally responsible for Yolculuk newspaper’s publications and also the owner of the same newspaper’s rights.
 
DİHA’s Ömer Çelik was detained in Diyarbakır, and later flown to Istanbul. Former Diken editor Tunca Öğreten and Birgün’s Mahir Kanaat  were being held at the detention center at the İstanbul Police Station at Vatan Street. Yolculuk newspaper’s rights owner Eray Sargın was reportedly banned from seeing his lawyer for the next five days.
 
Journalists assets confiscated
 
On Dec. 22, a court ruled to seize the assets of 54 individuals, mostly journalists as part of the investigation into the Fethullah Gülen group, followers of an Islamic-minded movement led by Islamic preacher Fethullah Gülen, who Turkish authorities say was behind the failed coup of July 15.
 
On 22 December, the 11th Istanbul Criminal Judicature of Peace issued a ruling ordering the seizure on the grounds that the journalists had “acquired their assets owing to their membership in a terrorist organization.” The ruling also stated that there was room for “reasonable doubt” to believe that these writers and columnists had allowed the use of their assets in line with the orders of the terrorist organization.
 
The journalists and others whose assets were taken over by the state were : Zafer Özsoy, Yüksel Durgut, Veysel Ayhan, Şeref Yılmaz, Şenol Kahraman, Süleyman Sargın, Şahin Alpay, Sevgi Akarçeşme, Sedat Yetişkin, Ömer Karakaş, Osman Nuri Öztürk, Oktay Vızvız, Nuriye Ural, Nevzat Güner, Mümtazer Türköne, Mustafa Ünal, Murat Avcıoğlu, Mehmet Akif Afşar, Mehmet Kamış, Lalezer Sarıibrahimoğlu, Kemal Soydemir, Hüseyin Döğme, Hilmi Yavuz, Hamit Çiçek, Hakan Taşdelen, Fevzi Yazıcı, Faruk Akkan, Faruk Kardıç, Erkam Tufan Aytav, Melih Kılıç, Ekrem Dumanlı, Cuma Kaya, Cevdet Türkyolu, Bülent Korucu, Bülent Keneş, Ali Bulaç, Ali Ünal, Ali Akbulut, Alaatin Güner, Ahmet Turan Alkan, Ahmet Metin Sekizkardeş, Zeki Önal, Osman Nuri Arslan, Metin Tamer Gökceoğlu, Mehmet Özdemir, İhsan Duran Dağı, Hamit Bilici, Behçet Akyar, Adil Gülcek, Abdullah Katırcıoğlu, Abdullah Aymaz, Hüseyin Turan, İbrahim Karayeğen and Mehmet Özdemir.
 
Most of the names on the list are journalists and some of them are currently in prison.
 
TRT employees detained
 
Thirty-five former employees of the Turkish Radio and Television (TRT) network were detained on Dec. 22 on the grounds that the application “ByLock” -- allegedly used by followers of the Fethullah Gülen movement who were involved in the coup attempt -- was installed on their mobile phones. A total of 68 capture warrants were issued for former TRT members in the same investigation.
 
Also on Dec. 22, Sevim Korkmaz Dinç, a PEN member and the term spokesperson for the Women Writers Association, was detained in İzmir. No official explanation was offered as to why she was taken into custody.
 
An ETHA reporter, Pınar Gayıp, was detained on Dec. 19 and held overnight. ETHA has reported that Gayıp was detained while reporting on a protest event against the Back to Life operation on Dec. 19, 2000, where security forces brutally suppressed ongoing hunger strikes and death fasts across Turkish prisons, resulting in the death of 28 inmates and two soldiers.
 
DİHA news agency’s Ankara Bureau Chief Kenan Kırkaya, who was detained on Dec.12 as part of a police operation into the Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) was released on probation on Dec. 22, after ten days in detention.
 
Anatolia has reported that eight individuals had been detained in Adıyaman on Dec. 21 over their tweets and social media posts. The eight individuals were accused of “propagating for a terrorist organization,” the news agency said.
 
On Dec. 23, Belgian press  reported that journalist Maxime Azadi, a Belgian citizen originally from Turkey, was arrested on charges of terror propaganda. Azadi is the news editor for the Kurdish news agency ANF. He was released on Dec. 25 on a EUR 500 bail.
 
Capture warrant for Can Dündar
 
A capture warrant was issued for the former Cumhuriyet editor-in-chief Can Dündar in relation to his standing in as the editor-in-chief of the shuttered Özgür Gündem daily for a day, as part of a campaign to show solidarity with that newspaper. Dündar is already wanted as part of an investigation into Cumhuriyet. In the Gündem indictment, the prosecutor has asked between one to three years for Dündar.
Another Özgür Gündem temporary editor-in-chief, Ayşe Düzkan, appeared before a court on Dec. 15.
 
Hasan Cemal, who currently writes columns for T24 and who is the founding president of P24, was acquitted in two cases on Dec. 22 where he was accused of insulting the president.
 
Hüsnü Mahalli hospitalized
 
On Dec. 21, Yurt newspaper columnist Hüsnü Mahalli, who is in Silivri Prison on charges of insulting the president, was hospitalized in the Cerrahpaşa School of Medicine Hospital.  The journalist, who was arrested on Dec. 15,  has serious conditions.
 
Gag orders and other bans
 
On Dec. 22, the Supreme Radio and Television Board (RTÜK) ruled for the closure of Yol TV on the grounds that the network’s broadcasts had included insults to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
 
A gag order was issued on reports regarding the Dec. 19 assassination of Andrey Karlov, the Russian Ambassador to Ankara. The news ban on the incident was still in place as of Dec. 26.
 
On Dec. 22, Turkish authorities slowed down social media websites following the release of a video indicating that two Turkish soldiers were burned to their death by the Islamic State in al-Bab, Syria. The slowdown and that it has been achieved through government hands was confirmed by TurkeyBlocks, a website which monitors throttling data in Turkey. Many users also reported problems accessing  VPN services. On Nov. 4, The Information and Communication Technologies Authority (BTK) reportedly sent a notice to Internet service providers, ordering them to shut down all access to several VPN companies.
 
  Journalists arrested under State of Emergency as part of coup investigation
   
1 Abdullah Kılıç, Meydan columnist
2 Abdullah Özyurt, Zaman Newspaper reporter
3 Ahmet Altan, Novelist and journalist
4 Ahmet Memiş, Journalist, Haberdar news site
5 Ahmet Metin Sekizkardeş, Zaman newspaper
6 Ahmet Turan Alkan, Zaman columnist
7 Ahmet Yavaş, TRT (Erzurum)
8 Alaattin Güner, Cihan News Agency media director
9 Alaattin Kaya, Formerly owned rights to Zaman
10 Ali Akkuş, Zaman, general publications editor
11 Ali Bulaç, Zaman Newspaper columnist
12 Ali Ünal, Zaman columnist
13 Atilla Taş, Meydan Newspaper columnist
14 Ayşe Nazlı Ilıcak, Yarına Bakış
15 Ayşenur Parıldak, Zaman
16 Aytekin Gezici, Journalist
17 Aziz İstegün, Diyarbakır Zaman regional representative
18 Bayram Kaya, Zaman reporter
19 Bayram Parlak, Radyo Cihan (Diyarbakır)
20 Bünyamin Köseli, Aksiyon Magazine reporter
21 Cemal Azmi Kalyoncu, Journalists and Writers Foundation
22 Cihan Acar, Bugün reporter
23 Cihat Ünal, Antalya Zaman reporter
24 Cuma Kaya, Zaman Newspaper
25 Cuma Ulus, Millet Newspaper publications coordinator
26 Cumali Önal, Zaman, in charge of Arabic editions
27 Eda Şanlı, owner of local Antalya newspaper and columnist for Bizim Antalya
28 Emre Soncan, Zaman defense reporter
29 Ercan Gün, Fox TV News editor
30 Erdal Şen, Meydan newspaper managing editor
31 Faruk Akkan, Cihan News Agency journalist
32 Fevzi Yazıcı, Zaman Newspaper
33 Gökçe Fırat Çulhaoğlu, Türksolu columnist
34 Gültekin Avcı
35 Habip Güler, Zaman reporter
36 Hakan Taşdelen
37 Halil İbrahim Mert, TRT (Erzurum)
38 Hanım Büşra Erdal, Zaman reporter and columnist
39 Haşim Söylemez, Aksiyon Magazine columnist
40 Hüseyin Aydın, Cihan reporter
41 Hüseyin Turan, Zaman columnist
42 İbrahim Balta, Zaman business news editor
43 ibrahim Kareyeğen, Zaman managing editor
44 İsa Siyi, Haberdar news site
45 Kenan Baş, Antalya Zaman reporter
  Lalezar Sarıibrahimoğlu (Lale Kemal), Zaman columnist -Released
46 Lokman Erdoğan, Çorum Manşet (Antalya) owner and columnist
47 Mehmet Altan, professor of economics, author and journalist
48 Mehmet Dener, Şanlıurfa.com editor-in-chief
49 Mehmet Kuru, Zaman Eskişehir reporter
50 Mehmet Özdemir, Zaman
51 Muhammet Taşçılar, Sanliurfa.com website editor-in-chief
52 Murat Aksoy, Yeni Şafak columnist
53 Murat Avcıoğlu, Zaman
54 Murat Öztürk, Çorum Manşet (Antalya) managing editor
55 Mustafa Erkan Acar, Bugün news manager
56 Mustafa Ünal, Ankara Bureau Chief of Zaman
57 Mutlu Çölgeçen, Millet newsroom coordinator
58 Mümtazer Türköne, Zaman columnist
59 Nuri Durna, TRT
  Nuriye Ural (Akman), Zaman columnist -Released
60 Nurullah Kaya, G.antep Zaman regional representative
61 Olgun Matur, Antalya journalist
62 Osman Yakut, Zaman Antalya
63 Özkan Mayda, Antalya Zaman reporter
64 Ramazan Alkan, Yeni Akit reporter
65 Resul Cengiz, Eski Zaman Denizli reporter
66 Seyid Kılıç, TRT Haber
67 Şahin Alpay, Zaman columnist
68 Şeref Yılmaz, Irmak TV
69 Tuncer Çetinkaya, Zaman Antalya regional representative
70 Ufuk Şanlı, columnist for Vatan newspaper
71 Vahit Yazgan, İzmir Zaman regional representative
72 Vedat Demir, Yarına Bakış Columnist
73 Yakup Çetin, Zaman Reporter
74 Yakup Şimşek, Zaman marketing manager
75 Yalçın Güler, TRT (Erzurum)
76 Yener Dönmez, Habervaktim news site
77 Yetkin Yıldız, Aktif Haber
78 Zafer Özsoy
79 Ali Babür Boysal, Zaman page designer
80 Tahsin Kürklü, head of Zaman's transportation department
   
  Journalists arrested in Cumhuriyet operation on Nov. 5, 2016
   
81 Akın Atalay, President of Cumhuriyet Foundation Executive Board (arrested on Nov. 12)
82 Murat Sabuncu, Editor-in-Chief
83 Kadri Gürsel, Editorial Advisor
84 Turhan Günay, Chief Editor of the paper’s book supplement
85 Musa Kart, Cartoonist
86 Güray Tekin Öz, columnist
87 Hakan Karasinir, columnist
88 Mustafa Kemal Güngör, Cumhuriyet Foundation board member
89 Önder Çelik, Cumhuriyet Foundation board member
90 Bülent Utku, Cumhuriyet Foundation board member
   
  Journalists taken into custody as part of coup probe
   
  Abdullah Katırcıoğlu, Legal status after detention unknown
  Emre Koçali, Haberdar, Legal status after detention unknown
  Erkan Büyük, Haberdar, Legal status after detention unknown
  Özcan Keser, TRT İstanbul, Legal status after detention unknown
  Vedat Beki, Sözcü 18, In custody
  Journalists released after being held as part of coup probe under State of Emergency
  Abdullah Alparslan Akkuş, former NTV news editor, Released after being questioned by prosecutor
  Arda Akın, Hürriyet reporter, released by court after objection to arrest ruling
  Ayhan Şimşek, Released on probation
  Bülent Mumay, former Hürriyet digital publications coordinator, released after court arraignment
  Dinçer Gökçe, Hürriyet internet editor, Released on probation
  Hakan Bülent Yardımcı, Released on probation
  Hilmi Yavuz, Zaman columnist, released due to poor health, scheduled to testify later in the investigation
  İhsan Duran Dağı, Zaman columnist, Released after being questioned by prosecutor
  İskender Yunus Tiryaki,Bugün reporter , Released on probation
  Levent Arap, Postmedya.com site executive, Released on probation
  Mehmet Gündem, former Milliyet columnist, released after arraignment
  Nurullah Öztürk,former Yeni Şafak general coordinator and Zaman columnist, Released after being questioned by prosecutor
  Osman Nuri Arslan, FİA finance company partner, Released on probation
  Osman Nuri Öztürk, Released on probation
  Ömer Şahin ,Meydan newspaper’s former Ankara bureau chief, Released after being questioned by prosecutor
  Rasih Yılmaz,Samanyoluhaber columnist, Released after being questioned by prosecutor
  Rıfat Söylemez, Adana Haber, Released after arraignment
  Taner Talaş, Adana Yerel, Released under electronic monitoring
  Yakup Sağlam, Samanyolu reporter, Released on probation
  Yüksel Evsen, Adana journalist, Released on probation
  Zeki Önal, Not detained due to advanced age and poor health
  Journalists being sought in coup probe by judiciary
  Asım Yıldırım, STV anchor
  Ayşe Özkalay, Yeni Hayat columnist
  Behçet Akyar
  Bilal Şahin, Özgür Düşünce
  Bülent Ceyhan, Özgür Düşünce
  Bülent Keneş, Former Today's Zaman editor-in-chief
  Bülent Korucu, Zaman columnist
  Can Bahadır Yüce, Zaman columnist
  Celil Sağır,Today's Zaman managing editor
  Cevheri Güven, Nokta Magazine editor-in-chief
  Ergun Babahan
  Erhan Başyurt, Bugün editor-in-chief
  Erkan Akkuş, BUGÜN TV
  Ertuğrul Erbaş, Former Nokta editor
  Eyüp Can Sağlık, former Radikal editor-in-chief
  Faruk Arslan, Zaman columnist
  Faruk Kardıç
  Fatih Akalan, Samanyolu Haber TV commentator
  Fatih Yağmur, former Radikal reporter
  Hamit Bilici, Zaman Editor-in-Chief
  Hamit Çiçek
  Hasan Cücük, Zaman reporter
  Hüseyin Döğme
  İbrahim Öztürk, Zaman columnist
  İhsan Yılmaz, Today's Zaman columnist
  Kamil Maman, Bugün reporter
  Kemal Gülen, STV anchor
  Kerim Balcı, Turkish Review editor-in-chief
  Kerim Gün, Zaman editor
  Levent Kenez, Meydan editor-in-chief
  Mahmut Akpınar, Millet columnist
  Mahmut Hazar, Cihan News Agency
  Mehmet Akif Afşar
  Mehmet Kamış, Zaman columnist
  Melih Kılıç, Zaman Media Group Sales Department employee
  Metin Tamer Gökçeoğlu
  Metin Yıkar, Samanyolu Haber
  Muhammed Fatih Uğur, Zaman news editor
  Mürsel Genç, Cihan reporter
  Nevzat Güner
  Oktay Vızvız
  Osman Özsoy, Rota Haber columnist, academic
  Ömer Karakaş
  Önder Deligöz, former Yeni Şafak reporter
  Sait Sefa, Haberdar
  Savaş Genç, former TRT reporter and academic
  Sedat Yetişkin
  Selahattin Sevi, Zaman photography editor
  Selçuk Gültaşlı, Zaman Brussels representative
  Sevgi Akarçeşme, Today’s Zaman editor-in-chief
  Süleyman Sargın
  Şemsettin Efe
  Şenol Kahraman
  Turan Görüryılmaz, Can Erzincan TV anchor
  Turhan Bozkurt, Zaman columnist
  Ufuk Emin Köroğlu, Karşı Gazete reporter
  Veysel Ayhan
  Yavuz Baydar, Haberdar.com columnist
  Yonca Kaya Şahin, Rotahaber online news site columnist
  Oğuz Usluer, Habertürk TV former news coordinator
   
  Journalists detained under State of Emergency outside coup probe
   
  Selami Aslan – DİHA, Released
  Selman Keleş – DİHA, Under arrest
  İdris Yılmaz – DİHA, Under arrest
  Mehmet Sıddık Damar – DİHA, Released
  Esra Aydın – JİNHA, Released
  Geylan Arslan – JİNHA, Released
  Nizamettin Yılmaz – Azadiya Welat, Under arrest
  İdris Yılmaz – DİHA, Under arrest
  Haydar Ergül – Demokratik Modernite, Under arrest
  Hasan Akbaş – Evrensel, Released
  Fırat Topal – Evrensel, Released
  Serpil Berk – Evrensel, Released
  Sertaç Kayar – Serbest Gazeteci, Released
  Engin Eren – DİHA, Released on probation
  Fatma Edemen – ETHA, Released
  Davut Uçar– Özgür Gündem, Released
  Doğan Güzel– Özgür Gündem, Released
  Ersin Çaksu – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Günay Aksoy – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Kemal Bozkurt – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Reyhan Hacıoğlu – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Önder Elaldı – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Ender Önder – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Sinan Balık – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Fırat Yeşilçınar – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Özgür Paksoy – DİHA reporter, Released
  Zeki Erden – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Elif Aydoğmuş – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Ersin Çaksu – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Mesut Kaynar – DİHA, Released
  Sevdiye Gürbüz – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Amine Demirkıran – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Bayram Balcı – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Burcu Özkaya – Özgür Gündem, Released
  Yılmaz Bozkurt –Press Office of Chamber of Medicine, Released
  Gülfem Karataş – İMC TV, Released
  Gökhan Çetin – İMC TV, Released
  Hüseyin Gündüz – Doğu Yayınevi , Released
  Halil Polat – Freelancer, Under arrest
  Sabahattin Koyuncu – DİHA, Under arrest
  Cemil Uğur – Evrensel, Under arrest
  Yasemin Sayın– Azadiya Welat, Under arrest
  Hayat Yılmaz– Azadiya Welat, Under arrest
  Ahmet Kızılaya– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Arap Turan– Azadiya Welat,Under arrest
  Berxwedan Tulpar– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Sürreya Dal– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Zeynep İzgi– Azadiya Welat, Released on probation
  İbrahim Bayram– Azadiya Welat, Released on probation
  Engin Özelçi– Azadiya Welat, Released on probation
  Ahmet Boltan– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Ceylan İpek– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Mehmet Emin Kaya– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Ziyan Karahan– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Veysi Altın– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Ercan Yeltaş– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Azime Tarhan– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Serdal Polat– Azadiya Welat, Released on probation
  Cengiz Aslan– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Ferit Toprak– Azadiya Welat, Under arrest
  Mehmet Hüseyin Şahin– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Mehmet Aydın– Azadiya Welat, Released
  Pusat Bulut– Azadiya Welat, Released on probation
  Mehmet Emin Akgün – Azadiya Welat, Released
  Mecrum Tokal, Azadiya Welat (Released to be detained again on the same day), In custody
  Mehmet Ali Ertaş – DİHA, In custody
  Arjin Dilek -- DİHA, Released
  Beritan İrlan -- DİHA,Released
  Şaban İba, Özgür Gündem – In custody
  Olivier Bertrand, Le Jour – Deported after release
  Müjgan Ekin, Özgür Gün TV - Believed to have been abducted in extrajudicial detention
  Fethi Balaman - DİHA - in custody
Oğuz Usluer, former broadcast coordinator for Habertürk TV
Ömer Çelik, DİHA editor - in custody
Metin Yoksun, DİHA reporter
Tunca Öğreten, former Diken editor
Mahir Kanaat, BirGün accountant
Derya Okatan, ETHA managing editor
Eray Sargın, owner of rights to Yolculuk newspaper
 
   
  Journalists arrested during State of Emergency outside coup probe
   
91 Zeynel Abidin Bulut – Azadiya Welat
  Zehra Doğan – JİNHA, Released in December 2016
92 Hülya Karakaya – Özgür Halk
93 Mehmet Arslan – DİHA
94 Şermin Soydan – DİHA , Released
95 Lindsey Snell – Freelancer - Released and deported on Oct. 13
96 Aslı Erdoğan – Özgür Gündem
97 Metin Bekiroğlu – DİHA
98 İnan Kızılkaya – Özgür Gündem
99 Zana (Bilir) Kaya – Özgür Gündem
100 Erdem Muhirci – DİHA
101 Ali Aşikar – Azadiya Welat
102 Necmiye Alpay – Özgür Gündem
103 Sabahattin Koyuncu - DİHA
104 Arap Turan - Azadiya Welat
105 Ferit Toprak - Azadiya Welat
106 Rabia Özkaya - Özgür Halk
107 Şirin Çoban – Azadiya Welat
108 İlker İlkan – Azadiya Welat
  Cemil Uğur – Evrensel, released in December
109 Mehmet Anıl - ETHA
110 Sadık Demir – Radyo Karacadağ
111 Mizgin Çay – Radyo Karacadağ
112 Salih Erbekler – Radyo Karacadağ
113 Togay Okay - Özgür Gelecek
114 Ayhan Karahan - Local Bodrum journalist
115 Perihan Kara – Freelance journalist
116 Aysel Işık - Freelance journalist
117 Mehmet Güleş - DİHA
118 Hüsnü Mahalli, Yurt newspaper
   
  List of journalists arrested/convicted before State of Emergency
   
119 Abdulkadir Turay, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) reporter
120 Ali Konar, Azadiya Welat representative
121 Arafat Dayan, Demokratik Ulus former managing editor
122 Cebrail Parıltı, Anadolu Ajansı (AA) Derik reporter
123 Emin Demir, Freelancer
124 Erdal Süsem, Eylül Magazine Editor
125 Erol Zavar, Odak magazine’s owner
126 Ferhat Çiftçi, Azadiya Welat Gaziantep representative
  Feyyaz İmrak, DİHA reporter, Released
127 Gurbet Çakar, Hevi women’s magazine
128 Hamit Dilbahar, Azadiya Welat columnist
129 Hatice Duman, owner of Atılım newspaper
130 Hidayet Karaca, President of Samanyolu Media
131 Kamuran Sunbat, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA)
132 Kenan Karavil, Radyo Dünya Editor-in-chief
133 Mazlum Dolan, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) reporter
134 Mehmet Baransu, Taraf columnist
135 Mikail Barut, Özgür Halk Magazine former Editor
136 Miktat Algül, Mezitli FM, General broadcast coordinator
137 Muhammed Doğru, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) reporter
138 Mustafa Gök, Ekmek ve Adalet Magazine Ankara representative
139 Nedim Türfent, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) reporter
140 Nuri Yeşil, Azadiya Welat Dersim Temsilcisi
141 Özgür Amed (Ethem Çağır), Özgür Gündem columnist
142 Sami Tunca, Mücadele Birliği Magazine news editor
143 Serkan Aydemir, Bitlis Aktüel reporter
144 Seyithan Akyüz, Azadiya Welat Adana
145 Şahabettin Demir, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) reporter
146 Şerife Oruç, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) reporter
  Şermin Soydan, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) reporter -- Released on Nov. 23
147 Yılmaz Kahraman, Özgür Halk Magazine Editor
148 Ziya Ataman, Dicle News Ajansı (DİHA) Intern
 
 
List of media outlets shut down under State of Emergency decrees
 
TV Stations: Barış TV, Bugün TV, Can Erzincan TV, Dünya TV, Hira TV, Irmak TV, Kanal 124, Kanaltürk, MC TV, Mehtap TV, Merkür TV, Samanyolu Haber, Samanyolu TV, SRT TV, Tuna Shopping TV, Yumurcak TV, İMC TV, Hayat TV, Özgür Gün TV, Van TV, Van Genç TV, TV 10, Jiyan TV, Azadi TV, Denge TV, Mezopotamya TV , Birlik Medya TV, Yol Tv.
 
News Agencies: Cihan Haber Ajansı, Muhabir Haber Ajansı, SEM Haber Ajansı, JIN, DİHA
 
Newspapers: Adana Haber, Adana Medya, Akdeniz Türk, Şuhut’un Sesi, Kurtuluş, Lider, İscehisar, Durum, Türkeli, Antalya, Yerel Bakış, Nazar, Batman, Batman Postası, Batman Doğuş, Bingöl Olay, İrade, İskenderun Olay, Ekonomi, Ege’de Son Söz, Demokrat Gebze, Kocaeli Manşet, Bizim Kocaeli, Haber Kütahya, Gediz, Zafer, Hisar, Turgutlu Havadis, Milas Feza, Türkiye’de Yeni Yıldız, Hakikat, Urfa Haber Ajansı, Ajans 11, Yeni Emek, Banaz Postası, Son Nokta, Merkür Haber, Millet, Bugün, Meydan, Özgür Düşünce, Taraf, Yarına Bakış, Yeni Hayat, Zaman, Today’s Zaman, Özgür Gündem, Azadiya Welat, Batman Çağdaş, CizrePostası, Güney Express,İdil Haber,Kızıltepe’nin Sesi, Prestij Haber Gazetesi, Urfanatik Gazetesi, Yüksekova Haber.Express Gazetesi (Adana), Türkiye Manşet (Çorum), Dağyeli Gazetesi (Hatay), Akis Gazetesi (Kütahya), İpekyolu Gazetesi (Ordu), Son Dakika Gazetesi (İzmir), Yedigün Gazetesi (Ankara), Haberexen Dergisi(Samsun) .
 
Magazines: Akademik Araştırmalar, Aksiyon, Asya Pasifik, Bisiklet Çocuk, Diyalog, Avrasya, Ekolife, Ekoloji, Fountain, Gonca, Gül Yaprağı, Nokta, Sızıntı, Yağmur, Yeni Ümit, Zirve, Evrensel Kültür Dergisi, Özgürlük Dünyası, Tiroj.
 
Radio stations: Aksaray Mavi, Aktüel, Berfin, Burç, Cihan, Dünya, Esra, Haber Radyo Ege, Herkül, Jest, Kanaltürk, Radyo 59, Radyo Aile Rehberi, Radyo Bamteli, Radyo Cihan, Radyo Fıkıh, Radyo Küre, Radyo Mehtap, Radyo Nur, Radyo Şemşik, Samanyolu Haber, Umut, Yağmur, Rengin Radyo, Özgür Radyo, Ses Radyo, Radyo Karacadağ, Özgür Güneş, Patnos FM,  Dünya Radyo, Batman FM.
 
Publishing houses: Altınburç, Burak Basın Yayın Dağıtım, Define, Dolunay Eğitim Yayın Dağıtım, Giresun Basın Yayın Dağıtım, Gonca, Gülyurdu, GYV, Işık Akademi, Işık Özel Eğitim, İklim Basın Yayın Pazarlama, Kaydırak, Kaynak, Kervan Basın Yayıncılık, Kuşak, Muştu, Nil, Rehber, Sürat Basım Yayın Reklamcılık Eğitim Araçları, Sütun, Şahdamar, Ufuk Basın Yayın Haber Ajans Pazarlama, Ufuk, Waşanxaneya Nil, Yay Basın Dağıtım, Yeni Akademi, Yitik Hazine, Zambak Basın Yayın Eğitim Turizm.
 
Outlets allowed to resume broadcasts after being shut down under SoE: Zarok TV (must comply with new requirement of 40 percent of broadcasts in Turkish), Yön Radyo.
 
*Glossary of legal terms used in this text
Detain / Place in custody: To hold in police custody for police interrogation first, and later for testimony to a prosecutor. Might lead to a court appearance depending on the action taken by the prosecutor.
Arrest: To put into prison indefinitely – by court order – pending trial.
Released on probation: Released with an international flight ban issued. Usually entails checking in regularly with a designated police station.
These lists have been compiled by P24 editors from open news sources and will be updated regularly. Journalists who want to report developments about themselves or their colleagues can contact us at punto24info@gmail.com

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