Machines that would once print daily copies of the Zaman newspaper and its affiliates have been put up for sale by the state-run Savings Deposit Insurance Fund (TMSF).

2 newspaper printing machines, 2 CTP machines, and 1 packaging line that were seized from the now-defunct Feza Gazetecilik media group were listed to be sold at an estimated total of TL 3 million [$670,000], according to a recent announcement by TMSF.

Feza Gazetecilik was the parent company of Zaman and Today’s Zaman newspapers as well as of Aksiyon magazine until it was closed down by the government in the aftermath of the July 15, 2016 failed coup. More than 180 media outlets have been shut down by the government since then.