An Istanbul court ordered the seizure of all future special editions of the weekly newspaper Atılım, produced by the personnel of the recently-seized Özgür Gündem daily, on Tuesday.

Atılım has recently published the daily special editions to allow Özgür Gündem to continue publishing since a court shuttered the paper on charges of terrorism and fomenting separatism on August 16. “All [such] issues that are published and will be published are to be confiscated,” the court ordered on August 24, according to ETHA news agency.

This article originally appeared in the official website of CPJ on August 24.