Wed, Jun 19 2013
This measured approach is in stark contrast to the populist ban imposed after protests in France and Bulgaria.
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The International Press Institute condemns attacks on the offices of Turkish-language newspaper Zaman in Paris and in the German city of Cologne, allegedly carried out by supporters of the banned Kurdistan Workers' Party.
he excessive fines against Turkish-language weeklies could imply their closure and even imprisonment for their journalists.
The scandal caused by the Gorilla file – reportedly named by an unknown SIS analyst – has rocked Slovakia for weeks.