Highlighting Prime Minister Erdogan's comments on a possible presidential system, all dailies quoted Erdogan as saying "discussions must take place in Turkey on a possible presidential or semi-presidential system while the new constitution is being written. If the parliament, at the end of the discussions, decides on a certain system, we would then have nothing to say and accept the decision of the parliament".
Covering the two Turkish journalists Adem Ozkose and Hamit Coskun who were arrested in Syria, all dailies wrote that the Chairman of Humanitarian Aid Foundation (IHH) Bulent Yildirim met the two journalists at the prison they are staying in and both of them appeared to be in good health condition on Monday. Yildirim's visit came after Syrian and Iranian officials made attempts to arrange this meeting between Yildirim and the two Turkish journalists. The two Turkish journalists were last seen on March 9.
Dailies also drew attention to a decision made by the Disciplinary Board of the Turkish Football Federation (TFF) on early Monday. The board decided that there was no match-fixing or inducement in Turkish leagues. The board gave no penalties to any Turkish club. The board decided that Fenerbahce President Aziz Yildirim, Trabzonspor President Sadri Sener, Besiktas executive Serdal Adali and Besiktas Coach Tayfur Havutcu were innocent. The board decided to bar football player Ibrahim Akin from games for three years for influencing the score of a game between Fenerbahce and Istanbul Buyuksehir Belediyesi (IBB).
Hurriyet daily quoted Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti as saying "Italy is honest in supporting Turkey's EU bid and with no conditions. Turkey is a part of Europe both from a geographical perspective and a historic perspective". Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan is in Italy on Tuesday.
The sale of HSBC Turkey is part of wider HSBC restructuring plan
The Turkish president releases his message marking 562nd anniversary of Istanbul's conquest
Thousands of people expected to march in central Istanbul to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the 2010 incident
Istanbul is preparing to mark the 1452 conquest of Istanbul, with the massive coastal Yenikapi meeting area to host conquest celebrations for the first time
Thursday's dailies covered a national airplane-construction project and corruption allegations within FIFA.
Most of Wednesday’s dailies cover Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s remarks on the 'solution process'
Twenty members of suspected of Maoist Communist Party are believed to have attacked police during May 1 protests. They have been taken into custody by police on Wednesday.
Airport in Hakkari border province is named after Saladin, Kurdish-origin Muslim conqueror of al-Quds
As part of Cultural Diplomacy, the Pakistan Embassy in Ankara organized this year’s Chughtai Art Awards competition in the Konya province.
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