A Turkish court on Wednesday lifted a ban on Wikipedia after almost three years.
Turkey's top appeals court on Friday ordered the acquittal of journalist Mehmet Altan over links to the group blamed for the 2016 failed coup, state media reported.
Turkish prosecutors are seeking a jail term of up to five years for two Bloomberg reporters who had written about how authorities responded to last summer's currency collapse, the US-based…
One of Turkey's best-known opposition journalists, Kadri Gursel, was sent back to prison on Wednesday. But he was released on Wednesday evening.
The foundation that runs Wikipedia said Thursday it had filed a lawsuit with the European Court of Human Rights to lift Turkey's two-year block on the website.
Six former staff of the opposition daily Cumhuriyet including cartoonist Musa Kart went back to prison on Thursday after an appeals court upheld their jail sentences.
One of three German journalists who were recently refused new press accreditations by Turkey said on Tuesday that he had received the work credentials after all.
U.S.-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) released its annual report for 2018 on Thursday, naming Turkey as the largest prison of journalists with at least 68 media employees kept…
Syrian-Turkish journalist Husnu Mahalli has been handed down a 29-month prison sentence on charges of "insulting the president" and a 20-month sentence for "insulting government officials,"…