This video from Turkey says about itself:
26 February 2014
Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan: “The recordings are a vile attack on the position of Prime Minister.”
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Turkish police arrest journalists
The Turkish police have this morning arrested more than twenty journalists. They work for media that are associated with the movement of the Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen. A former police chief was arrested as well.
Agents of an anti-terror unit raided the largest newspaper in Turkey, Zaman, in Istanbul. They were met by journalists and supporters who held up banners that read: “The free press can not be silenced.” The police did not manage to arrest the editor and some journalists.
… Also, the head of the TV channel Samanyolu and several of its employees were arrested.
The arrests are part of the response by the Erdogan government to the anti-corruption operation of the police and courts on 17 December last year. Then dozens of businessmen, officials and family members from Erdogan‘s entourage were arrested. …
Many police officers, prosecutors and judges who were involved in the anti-corruption operation last year have meanwhile been arrested or transferred.
Dutch journalist arrested in worst possible timing for Erdogan: here.