Already jailed for more than three years, Osman Kavala once again ordered to remain behind bars; Gezi Park trial to resume on 21 May
Journalists Yıldız and Dükel and their source are charged with "obtaining and disclosing information that must be kept confidential for reasons relating to the security or the interests of the state"
Nesibe Baransu, the wife of jailed Taraf journalist Mehmet Baransu, who has been behind bars since March 2015, recounts how judicial harassment has taken its toll on her life
The singer and columnist’s pre-trial detention on account of his tweets and articles was unlawful and arbitrary, the European Court of Human Rights rules
Not releasing Demirtaş despite the Grand Chamber judgment is not only a simple failure to implement a final and binding ECtHR judgment, but also demonstrates how the rule of law has been eroded
Odatv’s Yıldız and Tele1 TV’s Dükel are charged with “securing confidential information” in a new indictment against them, which the court decided to merge with the ongoing trial in December
Report examines key European Court judgments against Turkey finding violations of freedom of expression and Turkey's track record in execution of these judgments