Turkish daily newspapers covered in their Thursday editions Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks at a ceremony, a clash between Turkish soldiers and terrorists killing four troops in southeastern province of Siirt, a joint statement by EU foreign ministers and an invitation by the UN-Arab League special envoy for Syria to a summit on Syria.
Almost all newspapers wrote about Erdogan's remarks at a ceremony for unveiling of Turkey's first domestically produced training jet, saying that Turkey had no intention of attacking anyone, but would teach those who dared to test the limits of its might. Papers quoted Erdogan as saying, "We will never avoid teaching a lesson to gang-run states that have no legitimacy in the eyes of their public, those who resort to state terrorism against their people." Erdogan said that they would respond to hostile attitudes against Turkey, attacks and threats in the strongest manner.
Another topic that was published in all dailies was a clash between Turkish troops and PKK terrorists in two different locations in Eruh town of Siirt, killing four Turkish troops.
"Stronger with Turkey" headlined Hurriyet daily, writing about a joint statement by foreign ministers of the EU member states. The daily quoted EU foreign ministers as saying that the EU has been facing with some economic problems and there was instability in the Middle East. "Our relations with Turkey are important now than ever before," ministers said in their statement.
Zaman daily quoted the UN-Arab League special envoy for Syria Kofi Annan as saying that the Action Group for Syria would convene at the ministerial level on Saturday in Geneva. A statement by Kofi Annan said that he has sent invitations to the foreign ministers of the five permanent members of the Security Council - China, France, the Russian Federation, Britain and the United States of America and Turkey.
A Turkish criminal court released three prominent detainees of "Ergenekon", an alleged coup attempt case.
Many events including Gezi Park protests and December 17 anti-graft operations target the Kurdish 'solution process', says Turkish PM Erdogan
Domestically manufactured 'Mizrak-U' passes airborne firing tests
Three employees of the Zirve Publishing House were attacked, tortured and murdered by five people in 2007 in Malatya, Turkey
Turkish Airlines passengers increased 1.4 million between January and February.
Erdogan's campaign speech in south-eastern province Sanliurfa, a recent poll showing an increase in AK Party's vote share, a Turkish container ship that ran aground near a Greek island, and Turkey's Domestic Car Project
Turkey’s Industrial Production index increases by 1.1 pct in January 2014 compared to December last year and increases 7.3 pct year-on-year.
Twelve heads of autonomous Orthodox churches, the second-largest family of Christian churches, agreed to hold a summit of bishops, or ecumenical council, in 2016
Construction of the world's fifth largest water tunnel has been completed as a part of a regional development project in the Surac district of Turkey's Sanliurfa province
Prime Minister Erdogan accuses U.S.-based cleric of working against efforts to end terrorism and solve minority issues.
The bus, owned by Kayseri Police Department, toppled over on the highway between Turkey's cental provinces of Kirsehir and Kayseri
The first major museum in Turkey dedicated to toys has recently added to its collection a toy, which was produced in the United States in 1914 as a single toy for Charlie Chaplin's "The Tramp" character.
Ahmet Davutogly will meet with Ban Ki-Moon next week.
Erhan Tuncel, the suspected mastermind behind the killing of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink has been released.
Crew rescued by coastguard after water floods engine room.
Deputy PM Bulent Arinc said investigations have revealed the surveillance of tens of thousands of people.