The court has ruled to order an expert’s report for investigating whether Tekin had purposefully filmed the correction officers subject to the complaint
Access to mostly pro-Kurdish news sites, accounts blocked; RTÜK fines 3 stations over quake coverage; trial of 11 journalists to begin in May; journalism in quake zone
Indictment drawn up against 11 journalists arrested in Ankara; journalists in earthquake zone face obstructions; sexual assault defendant files complaint against journalist İdris Yayla
Journalist Mir Ali Koçer summoned to give statement for his reporting on the earthquake aftermath. Journalists continue to report obstructions. 26 journalists killed in twin earthquakes
At least four journalists were arrested while covering the earthquake. Social media accounts have faced investigations over the posts on the earthquake. Access to Twitter and TikTok was blocked
Investigations, detentions, obstructions against journalists covering devastating quakes; journalist Nazlıcan Yıldız imprisoned; Mustafa Sönmez acquitted of “insulting the president"
MA reporter Mehmet Güleş and a search-and-rescue volunteer he interviewed at a wreckage site in Diyarbakır have been charged with “spreading false information
The ECtHR has ruled that Abdullah Kılıç’s “right to liberty and security” and “right to freedom of expression” were violated. The court has ordered Turkey to pay Kılıç 13,375 Euros in damages