Cumhuriyet

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Cumhuriyet
Type Daily newspaper
Format Berliner
Owner Cumhuriyet Foundation
Publisher Yeni Gün Haber Ajansı Basın ve Yayıncılık AŞ
Editor İbrahim Yıldız
Founded May 7, 1924
Language Turkish
Headquarters Prof. Nurettin Mazhar Öktel Sokak 2, 34381, Şişli, Istanbul,  Turkey
Circulation 56,234[1]
ISSN 977-1300-0934
Official website Cumhuriyet.com.tr

Cumhuriyet (English: The Republic) is a Turkish nationwide daily newspaper based in Istanbul. It was founded on May 7, 1924 by Yunus Nadi Abalıoğlu.

Cumhuriyet newspaper includes columnists that are generally considered to share Kemalist, secularist and republican ideas with its readers. Social democratic ideas are also heavily represented. Cumhuriyet is sold about 60,000 everyday.

İlhan Selçuk, the editor of Cumhuriyet arrested by police after the conservative-Islamic government party AKP has wanted to closed.

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