Why is the Turkish government now targeting cartoons? / Sibel Hurtas

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Late Sept. 28, the Turkish prime minister’s office issued orders for the closure of 23 TV and radio channels on the grounds they backed separatist and subversive activities. The decision was based on a legislative decree issued immediately after the July 20 declaration of the state of emergency over the failed coup attempt five days earlier.

source: Kurdpress News Aganecy

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Why is the Turkish government now targeting cartoons? / Sibel Hurtas

http://ift.tt/1JO4keG
Late Sept. 28, the Turkish prime minister’s office issued orders for the closure of 23 TV and radio channels on the grounds they backed separatist and subversive activities. The decision was based on a legislative decree issued immediately after the July 20 declaration of the state of emergency over the failed coup attempt five days earlier.

source: Kurdpress News Aganecy

Read more

Why is the Turkish government now targeting cartoons? / Sibel Hurtas

http://ift.tt/1JO4keG
Late Sept. 28, the Turkish prime minister’s office issued orders for the closure of 23 TV and radio channels on the grounds they backed separatist and subversive activities. The decision was based on a legislative decree issued immediately after the July 20 declaration of the state of emergency over the failed coup attempt five days earlier.

source: Kurdpress News Aganecy

Read more

Why is the Turkish government now targeting cartoons? / Sibel Hurtas

http://ift.tt/1JO4keG
Late Sept. 28, the Turkish prime minister’s office issued orders for the closure of 23 TV and radio channels on the grounds they backed separatist and subversive activities. The decision was based on a legislative decree issued immediately after the July 20 declaration of the state of emergency over the failed coup attempt five days earlier.

source: Kurdpress News Aganecy

Read more