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T24 is an independent website with a liberal profile. It was launched in 2009 by journalists Doğan Akın and Aydın Engin. It is partially financed by crowdsourcing and the production of publicity films. Some journalists who were fired by big newspapers for their criticism of the government now write for T24 for free.

Medium: online portal
Political orientation: Liberal
Frequency of publication: Regularly updated
Visits per month: 20.000.000 - 30.000.000
Online payment model: All content free of charge

Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Publisher: Tempo24 Basın Yayın Prodüksiyon
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 2009

Sıraselviler Caddesi No:57/2, 34433 Taksim - Beyoğlu, Istanbul
Phone: 0090 212 293 9702
Twitter: @t24comtr

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1.  T24 - Turkey | 15/12/2015

No one fighting for the people in Kurdish areas

Curfews have been in force for weeks in several cities of south-eastern Turkey due to ongoing skirmishes between fighters of the Kurdish Workers' Party PKK ... » more

2.  T24 - Turkey | 30/11/2015

Kurdish lawyer murdered intentionally

The prominent Kurdish human rights lawyer Tahir Elçi was shot and killed on the street in the southern Turkish city of Diyarbakir on Saturday. He ... » more

3.  T24 - Turkey | 11/11/2015

Turks couldn't care less about human rights

The EU progress report published on Monday criticises a massive decline in the human rights situation in Turkey. According to a current survey, however, only ... » more

4.  T24 - Turkey | 03/09/2015

Turkey also to blame for refugee drama

The photo of the dead three-year-old Aylan should be a wake-up call for Turkey, the liberal online paper T24 urges: "All these refugees wanted was ... » more

5.  T24 - Turkey | 14/08/2015

New elections would be catastrophic for Turkey

The Turkish ruling party AKP and the Republican People's Party CHP on Thursday declared that their coalition talks had failed. The liberal internet newspaper T24 ... » more

6.  T24 - Turkey | 04/08/2015

Turkish miliary operations strenghten PKK

The Turkish military on Monday resumed its bombing of PKK targets in northern Iraq. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's war strategy will only put more wind ... » more

7.  T24 - Turkey | 10/07/2015

Iran nuclear deal would boost global economy

A result in the nuclear negotiations with Iran is expected today. If an agreement can be reached it will bring economic benefits not only for ... » more

8.  T24 - Turkey | 21/04/2015

History fabricated and distorted in Turkey

Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç announced on Monday that Turkey had never committed genocide, also not against the Armenians in 1915. His statement doesn't ... » more

9.  T24 - Turkey | 10/03/2015

Turkey does nothing to stop on-the-job deaths

In reaction to last year's mining accidents at Soma and Ermenek, the Turkish government wants to reduce the number of work-related fatal accidents. A legislative ... » more

10.  T24 - Turkey | 11/02/2015

Political system limits Erdoğan's power

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan voiced his displeasure at the resignation of the head of the Turkish intelligence service Hakan Fidan on Sunday. Fidan stepped ... » more


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