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Reuters — Oct 31, 1:51 AM
ISTANBUL Turkish police on Monday detained the editor-in-chief of the opposition secularist Cumhuriyet newspaper and said homes of the paper’s executives and writers were being searched, broadcaster CNN Turk and other media reported. Prosecutors
Bianet :: English
Police has raided the houses of Cumhuriyet Daily Ediyor-in-Chief Murat Sabuncu, President of the Execution Board Akın Atalay and Cumuhuriyet Foundation Executive Board member and columnist Güray Öz. Sabuncu and Öz have been taken into custody.
Istanbul police raided the house of Can Dündar, the former editor-in-chief of daily Cumhuriyet, on Oct. 30.
Turkish police have detained the editor-in-chief of daily Cumhuriyet and at least four other journalists, the newspaper reported early on Oct. 31, while CNN Türk reported that at least 13 warrants have been issued for the newspaper’s journalists and executives.
Bianet :: English
10 newspapers, two news agencies, three magazines have been closed including Evrensel Kültür, Tîroj, Özgürlük Dünyası, DİHA ve Azadiya Welat.
In the mean time,
A Diyarbakır court arrested Gültan Kışanak and Fırat Anlı, the co-mayors of the southeastern province late on Oct. 30.
RedHackers daunt the Erdogan family Al-Monitor On Sept. 23, RedHack, a Marxist-Leninist-Maoist computer hacking group, announced that they hacked into Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s son-in-law’s email accounts. Berat Albayrak is not only Erdogan’s eldest son-in-law, but he is also Turkey … RedHack Leaks Reveal the Rise of Turkey’s Pro-Government Twitter TrollsThe Daily Dot
NYT > Turkey by By CEYLAN YEGINSU
The State Department issued the order because of increased security threats from terrorist organizations.
World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Constanze Letsch in Istanbul
Editor of the Cumhuriyet secularist newspaper arrested in dawn raids with 10,000 more civil servants sacked for alleged terror links