Turkish government shut down another 10 newspapers, 3 magazines as well as 2 news agencies in the latest government decree issued under post-coup emergency rule, late on Saturday.

The move came as the latest wave of crackdown on media as the government already closed down at least 180 media outlets prior to the Saturday decree.

Among the media outlets shut down on Saturday are pro-Kurdish Dicle News Agency (DİHA) and Jin News Agency (JINHA); Özgür Gündem and Azadiya Welat newspapers; and Yüksekova Haber, Batman Çağdaş, Cizre Postası, İdil Haber, Güney Expres, Prestij Haber, Urfanatik, Kızıltepe’nin Sesi local papers.

Istanbul-based Tiroj, Evrensel Kültür and Özgürlük Dünyası magazines were also closed down, on Saturday.

The Turkish government has gradually tightened its control over media in the aftermath of a failed coup and shut down 55 newspapers, 36 TV stations, 23 radio stations, 18 magazines and 29 publishing houses since the state of emergency was declared on July 20, five days after a failed coup attempt on July 15.

At least 133 journalists, most of them jailed after the coup attempt, are now behind bars in Turkey.