The Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. All Turkish dailies covered the statements of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the northwestern province of Balikesir. "No amnesty" headlined daily TURKIYE over the rumours of a possible general amnesty for PKK terrorists as part of the government's efforts to end the decades-long terror problem in Turkey. "I don't have the authority to forgive the killer" headlined daily HURRIYET referring to the words of the Turkish prime minister "If a man committed a crime against the state, the state may pardon him. But, if a man killed a man then the state does not have the authority to pardon the killer."
Erdogan also emphasized his determination in regards to ending terrorism and establishing peace. "We will put the full stop" headlined daily MILLIYET referring to Erdogan's speech where he said, "How much more will we endure our children dying- Our people and we will say the final word in the peace process. We will put the full stop. We will get rid of the shackles together."
All of the Turkish dailies covered the demise of renowned Turkish singer Muslum Gurses. "Silent farewell from Muslum father" headlined daily MILLIYET, "The 'father' of pains" commented daily RADIKAL and "Thus far" added daily VATAN over the demise of legendary Turkish singer Muslum father who passed away after fighting for survival for four months in intensive care, leaving fans and songs orphaned.
The advanceof ISIL insurgents to within sight of the Turkish army on the Syrian border has piled pressure on Ankara to play a greater role in the U.S.-led coalition.
"Immediately subsequent to the 2015 elections, all parties in the parliament should free themselves from prejudice and come together to write a new constitution based on reconciliation," Erdogan said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said "We will fight effectively against both ISIL and all other terrorist organizations within the region; this will always be our priority."
Concerns Kiev could stop gas flow to Turkey and construction of nuclear plant on agenda for Taner Yildiz.
Turkish government's motion for military action against ISIL is extensively covered by Turkish dailies on Wednesday.
The Syrian Kurdish People’s Defence Units (PYD), a strong affiliate of the Kurdish separatist PKK terrorist organization, asked for weapons from Turley to fight the ISIL.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker called on Turkey to 'lift barriers' for American investment in the country.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said a special 'solution process council' will guide government's efforts to solve the Kurdish issue.
The newly-submitted motion, seeking parliamentary mandate for military action, cites the rising threats on southern borders as a motive.
A Turkish warship was harrassed in international waters, while a Turkish training aircraft was tracked in international air space.
Turkey's energy minister says the strength of the dollar has made next month's price hike inevitable. But Turkish consumers currently pay lowest prices for gas among EU countries.
Tuesday's papers covered Turkish army's deploying armored vehicles and tanks along the Syrian border after mortar rounds fired by ISIL militants fell on Turkish territory.
Rumors have been circulating the media that the ISIL had surrounded the base at the Suleiman Shah tomb and taken patrolling Turkish soldiers “hostage” since last December.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said parliamentary mandates that sanction cross-border operations in Iraq and Syria will be boosted.
Relations between Egypt and Turkey have taken a turn for the worse since Morsi's ouster by the military.
Interior Minister Efkan Ala called on the UN and nations to assist with the refugee crisis on Turkey's southern border.