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This is not the first time Mr Erdogan has lashed out at journalists, who have come under increasing pressure in Turkey, which has more reporters behind bars than any other country in the world.
The government's attitude towards women is also under heavy scrutiny, after Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc caused a furore by suggesting women should not laugh loudly out loud in public.
Known for her bitter remarks about Erdogan, Ms Zaman had been fired from Haberturk daily last year because of articles seen as critical of the government.
Meanwhile, the chief editor of the mass-circulation Hurriyet newspaper resigned from his post on Friday, just two days after Erdogan harshly criticised Turkey's largest news company, Dogan Media Group, which includes Hurriyet.
During a rally on Friday, Erdogan said both Dogan and Germany's Der Spiegel magazine had given their "full support" to his rival in the election, the main opposition candidate Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu.
He had already accused Der Spiegel of seeking to foment chaos in Turkey after it featured an article - in both German and Turkish - this week criticising Mr Erdogan for rolling back on democratic reforms.
Under Mr Erdogan, Turkey has become an increasingly difficult place for independent journalism," it said.