Turkey Issues Warrants for Newspaper Chiefs Who Revealed Erdogan’s Location on Coup Night

CORRECTION - This picture taken in Istanbul on April 17, 2017, shows the front pages of Turkish newspapers bearing headlines concerning referendum : Cumhuriyet (top-L) with a headline which translates as 'Shadow on cast', Sabah (top-R) with a headline which translates as ' People's revolution', Sozcu (C) with a headline which translates as 'Are your conscience confortable ?' and the Hurriyet (bottom R) with a headline which translates as 'New System'. The deputy leader of Turkey's opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) called on April 17, 2017 for the results of a referendum agreeing new powers for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to be annulled. / AFP PHOTO / YASIN AKGUL / The erroneous mention appearing in the metadata of this photo by YASIN AKGUL has been modified in AFP systems in the following manner: [concerning referendum] instead of [concerning diplomatic tensions between Turkey and The Netherlands]. Please immediately remove the erroneous mention from all your online services and delete it from your servers. If you have been authorized by AFP to distribute it to third parties, please ensure that the same actions are carried out by them. Failure to promptly comply with these instructions will entail liability on your part for any continued or post notification usage. Therefore we thank you very much for all your attention and prompt action. We are sorry for the inconvenience this notification may cause and remain at your disposal for any further information you may require. (Photo credit should read YASIN AKGUL/AFP/Getty Images)
A state-run news agency in Turkey reported Friday that police had issued warrants for four employees, including the owner and chief website editor, of a secularist publication accused of ties to Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, the latest incident in a string of crackdowns on objective and anti-government media in the country.