A Turkish court has sentenced six journalists to life in jail for alleged links to the July 2016 coup plotters.
The judgement came as another Turkish court decided to release German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yucel, who has been held for a year without charge.
The six were found guilty of links to US-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen, blamed over the failed coup.
The six are: Nazli Ilicak, Ahmet Altan, Mehmet Altan, Fevzi Yazici, Yakup Simsek and Sukru Tugrul Ozsengul.
The Istanbul court found them guilty of “attempting to abolish the order prescribed by the Turkish constitution or to bring in a new order”, Turkish media reported.
The Altan brothers – Ahmet and Mehmet – were accused of giving coded messages in a television talk show on the eve of the coup attempt.
Military officers led a mutiny against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan which resulted in the deaths of 250 civilian protesters.
Since the abortive coup the Turkish authorities have jailed more than 50,000 people and dismissed more than 150,000 public servants, including journalists, teachers, police and justice officials.
Mehmet Altan, an economics professor and journalist, had won a constitutional court ruling in his favour – but it was overruled on Friday.
Separately, Die Welt journalist Deniz Yucel – who holds German-Turkish dual citizenship – was freed from jail on Friday. He had been accused of spreading propaganda.