Turkish authorities blocked Jinnews website for the second time in two days.
A Kurdish journalist who wrote “civilians are being killed in Afrin” in social media was arrested and sent to prison.
Diyarbakir Prosecutor’s Office demanded 39-year prison sentence for three journalists for their reports about clashes between the Turkish army and YPS in Idil, a district of Sirnak province.
English PEN has joined colleagues around the world in calling for immediate release of Kurdish journalist and artist Zehra Doğan.
Turkish police detained journalist Suat Karagoz in Van on Saturday.
Journalist Zozan Yaşar’s home in Istanbul has been raided by the police.
There is no access to the website of the Rojava-based Hawar News Agency, ANHA.
Turkish state’s crackdown on journalists and opposition in connection with the invasion operation against Afrin continues.
After Facebook and Twitter, YouTube is now suspending the accounts of the Kurdish accounts that are providing independent reports from the Kurdistan territory.
Women’s News Agency’s (JinNews) website was blocked by Turkey for the fifth time in one week.