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All Turkish dailies covered the records of Imrali meeting between the Peace & Democracy Party (BDP) delegation and PKK terrorist head Abdullah Ocalan. "ApoLeaks," daily HURRIYET headlined and stressed the leakage of Imrali meeting to press. On Thursday, daily MILLIYET covered the fine details of the meeting and on Friday all of the Turkish dailies and most of their columnists' commented over the details of the meeting between BDP and Ocalan and made them public. Both dailies RADIKAL and CUMHURIYET headlined, "Earthquake of Records", and daily CUMHURIYET stated that records of the meeting shocked Ankara. Moreover, daily RADIKAL headlined, "Second Sabotage" and daily YENI SAFAK headlined, "The second Oslo Sabotage". Daily RADIKAL commented, leakage of the meeting's records was the second blow on the peace process after Paris killings.
Some of the Turkish dailies covered the statements of Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu about the worsening situation in Syria at the Friends of the Syrian People Group in Rome. "World convened for people of Syria", headlined daily TURKIYE and added that 11 countries who attended Syria summit in Rome promised to give the helping hand for Syrian people. Furthermore, daily SABAH quoted Davutoglu as saying, "Syrian opposition is disappointed because of their decisions were not implemented" at the Rome meeting of Friends of the Syrian People Group.
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