Turkey takes 35 journalists for ties with movement Gulen
The Turkish police last Thursday, numerous journalists were arrested. According to the Turkish state news agency Anadolu are a total of 35 media representatives, held. Among them is an editor of critical newspaper Birgün.
The journalists are associated with the movement around Fethullah Gulen, the in America living spiritual that Ankara is responsible for the failed coup of last year.
Ankara accuses the reporters to be a member of a terrorist organisation. They would also ByLock have used, an encrypted messaging app that, according to the government in use in the network around Gülen.
In the aftermath of the couppoging occurs in Turkey hard-on against alleged Gulen supporters. Tens of thousands of people have been arrested.