Turkey’s pro-government Sabah daily has published secretly taken photos and the residential location of Cevheri Güven, an exiled Turkish journalist whose weekly Youtube videos attract hundreds of thousands viewers around the world.

The Sabah daily, owned by the Turkuvaz Media Group, published on its front page on Thursday the photos of Güven walking on the street with a bag from a bakery in a German city.

Güven is one of the hundreds of Turkish journalists and government opponents who had to flee Turkey in the aftermath of a failed coup in July 2016 to avoid a massive crackdown launched by the government.

Sabah referred to Güven as the “propaganda imam of Fetö,” a term coined by the Turkish government to refer to the faith-based Gülen movement as a terrorist organization.

The Gülen movement is accused by the Turkish government and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan of masterminding the failed coup on July 15, 2016 and is labeled a “terrorist organization,” although the movement denies involvement in the coup attempt or any terrorist activity.