Turkish dailies mostly covered in their Monday issues Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's reaction against a Wall Street Journal article on a downed Turkish military jet by Syria, remarks made by an independent deputy from Diyarbakir Leyla Zana after meeting Prime Minister Erdogan and the match-fixing case in which a ruling would be made on Monday.
Dailies highlighted Prime Minister Erdogan's statements denying a Wall Street Journal article saying Syria downed a Turkish military jet in their own waters. Dailies quoted Erdogan as saying "the WSJ's article is a lie. The WSJ should publish the source of their article to prove the article was accurate". WSJ's article forced the Turkish General Staff to publish a flight plan of the downed Turkish jet.
Dailies drew attention to remarks made by an independent deputy from Diyarbakir, Leyla Zana, after she met Prime Minister Erdogan on Saturday. Dailies quoted Zana as saying "how many more generations will have to wait for death- Everyone needs peace. The Oslo talks should resume and we should enter a period of negotiations. A home confinement should be considered for Abdullah Ocalan (head of terrorist organization PKK)".
Dailies also underlined a match-fixing case in Turkey in which a ruling is expected on Monday. Among those involved in the match-fixing case is the Chairman of Fenerbahce Sports Club Aziz Yildirim.
Turkish President Erdogan has said that Turkey and Qatar stand together with the oppressed people of the world
Istanbul prosecutor asks court to issue arrest warrant for U.S.-based preacher Gulen in a probe. He was charged with “managing a terror organization", making person devoid of his freedom by using force, threat or trick and Causing any administrative or juridical sanctions except from jail for aggrieved by slandering him
Three Turks detained recently in Germany are not linked with Turkey's National Intelligence Organization, the Turkish foreign ministry says.
Turkey could begin training and equipping moderate Syrian opposition fighters before March
International conference hears call for more public transportation to beat congestion in Turkey's largest city
Istanbul Penal Court rules for the arrest of four people including Hidayet Karaca, chairman of the Samanyolu Media Group, and releases eight others, including Ekrem Dumanli, editor-in-chief of Zaman newspaper.
Government plans to allow companies involved in cancelled South Stream Pipeline project to begin feasibility studies anyway, to avoid having the government pay compensation
10 members of the PKK, 4 of whom under 18 years of age, surrendered to to authorities at Habur Border Gate of Turkey
Turkish dailies on Friday mostly covered latest developments in an ongoing investigation into the Gulen Movement...
Meeting's main purpose is to discuss mechanisms that enable the International Organization of Turkic Culture to act together
Support in Turkey for its EU membership hits lowest levels in years, according to survey
Deputy PM Akdogan has urged the media to take a clear position against all unlawful acts that target Turkish people's will
Erdogan is bent on being a more powerful leader and is taking Turkey further away from Western standards on law and free speech, with its strategic geography allowing its allies to give it leeway.
The testimony process began at noon Thursday, and lasted for about 11 hours. The court is due to issue an order about the investigation Friday
“This is a positive development,” Turkish foreign ministry spokesperson has said
The opening ceremony of Kademoon, meaning, "We are coming" has opened its doors in Esenyurt, giving hope to hundreds of children who have escaped the Syrian war for a brighter future.