Turkish daily newspapers covered on their Monday editions an earthquake proofing project for Istanbul, a traffic accident that killed a Turkish national in Thailand, death of a former police chief.
"$100 billion for a new Istanbul" daily SABAH headlined when writing about an earthquake proofing project designed to rebuild the city's structures. The daily said the project was set to commence this coming April or May once the parliament adopts the law. The project first levels down weak buildings in Istanbul's Avcilar, Zeytinburnu and Pendik districts. Environment and Urbanization Minister Erdogan Bayraktar has said that the project will cover not only Istanbul but the entire country as the costs were expected to go up as high as 400 billion USD. Bayraktar said buildings will be strengthened in over time in 3, 5, 10 and 20-year periods.
"Honeymoon tragedy in Phuket," daily VATAN said over the death of Nergis Tinc in a traffic accident in Thailand's popular holiday resort. Tinc and her husband are flight attendants with the Turkish Airlines and they were on a late honeymoon after getting married last year in May. The husband, Serkan Tinc, survived the accident with minor injuries. Four other tourists were killed in the accident.
"Single bullet to the head" headlined daily YENI SAFAK in the killing of a former police chief in the Turkish capital, Ankara. The daily said Hasan Eryilmaz was found dead at the driver's seat in his car with a single bullet wound to his head. Police found his side arm on the front passenger seat. His brother told the police that he had spoken to him on the phone shortly before the incident quoting the former police chief as saying that he was being cut off by another car on his way to his home.
Most of Tuesday’s dailies cover Turkish President Erdogan’s response to a New York Times’s editorial and Galatasaray’s Turkish Super League title win
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed the New York times in an editorial, telling them not to meddle with Turkey's affairs.
WFER will be milestone for Turkey's energy sector to promote importance as global energy player: Energy watchdog head
Maggie Bogda was smoking outside a bar in Istanbul’s Besiktas district when a gunman, who was refused entry inside, opened fire, local reports say
President Erdogan's remarks come amid easing of tensions between the two sides of the disputed island
Monday’s papers cover Turkish PM's election rallies and the narrowing race for the Turkish Super League title
AK Party MP candidate Ramazan Demir was injured in knife attack in Turkey's south-central province of Adana
A new platform dock for the Turkish Naval Forces has become the most expensive defense project to be attempted in Turkey.
Turkey will host the Sixth World Forum on Energy Regulation and it is hoped it will be bridge for energy regulators from different parts of world.
Turkish dailies on Friday covered CHP's unveiling of a new campaign promise- to create a new megacity - and reported on the opening of a new space center in Ankara.
Turkey's 52nd airport, built on an artificial island along the seashore of Ordu, will be opened by President Erdogan and PM Davutoglu Friday afternoon
Turkish prime minister says suspect in twin attacks on opposition offices had been member of Marxist group
This year, arrangements have been made to hold the art competition in Konya
International training on electricity distribution provided to developing nations
Greece's culture minister Nikos Xydakis has said that both Greece and Turkey must protect their cultural heritage.
Thursday’s dailies covered claims by the prime minister of an opposition 'tacit agreement' against his ruling AK Party.