Amid ever increasing pressure on both local and foreign journalists in Turkey, The New York Times has begun to shield the identities of local reporters in the country.
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- Purge-victim judge’s last ever pictures revealed
- ODTÜ student gets 8 months in prison over tweets criticizing rector
- 24,256 dismissed from Turkish army since failed 2016 coup: Defense Ministry
- Kurdish man released from prison after serving 30 years on terror charges
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- Former judge enters 44th day in prison with her 6-month-old baby: report
- 4-year-old child joins mother in prison: report
Turkey Purge monitors unlawful crackdown of Turkish government in the aftermath of the failed coup, maps human rights abuses, hate crime and hate speech against political dissent in the country.