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Fair use rationale for Image:TodaysZaman.jpg
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Censorship or worse?
I have noticed that Today's Zaman website appears to have been inaccessible for most of Sunday 30th March, and is still inaccessable. This was a day after PM Erdogan announced that he was suing Today's Zaman editor-in-chief Dr. Bülent Keneş, Zaman deputy editor-in-chief Mehmet Kamış, and several of the paper's journalists, and on the day several more of the paper's journalists were arrested covering the problematic elections in Turkey which Erdogan has just proclaimed a victory for himself and a mandate to take vengance on anyone who has oppossed him. Tiptoethrutheminefield (talk) 02:34, 31 March 2014 (UTC)