Turkish dailies covered in their Tuesday editions the CHP's 34th congress in Ankara and the developments over a Turkish military plane's wreckage.
Most of the Turkish dailies covered the main opposition Republican People's Party's (CHP) two-day 34th congress which will begin today in Ankara. Chairman of the CHP, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, is expected to stress leftist moves, democracy and freedom. Congress' catchword was decided as "Democracy and Changes" quoted daily ZAMAN. "CHP seeks switching back to its social-democratic roots" quoted most of the Turkish dailies.
Daily MILLIYET headlined "Phoenix will bring the wreckage" over the remaining parts of the Turkish jet which was shot down 13 miles off the coast of Syria last June. Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc agreed with the U.S. navy's contractor company, Phoenix, in order to bring the rest of the wreckage back to the surface. Daily MILLIYET quoted Arinc as saying, "The works will take start in a couple of days."
Humanitarian Relief Foundation has appealed against the International Criminal Court’s decision to not investigate Israel's deadly raid on Mavi Marmara in 2010.
Turkey’s natural gas imports for 2015 are projected to reach 52.2 billion cubic meters.
Sixth World Forum on Energy Regulation to begin in Istanbul on May 25, 2015.
Representatives from Iran and three big European Union countries involved in negotiations on Tehran’s nuclear program are set to hold a fresh round of nuclear talks.
Turkey may be a very useful counterpart for Poland's ambitious construction sector, Turkish minister says
Southern Cilvegozu border crossing remained shut since Monday after random gunfire from Syria's Bab al-Hawa border gate.
Turkish dailies on Thursday focused on Wednesday's hearing at the European Court of Human Rights on an Armenian "genocide denial" case plus new labor reforms introduced by the Turkish PM.
Israel says Turkish criticism inappropriate at Holocaust memorial service
Case was referred to European Court of Human Rights last June following Swiss conviction.
Turkish Statistical Institute releases results of 2014 Address-based Population Registration System.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has visited Turkmenistan to boost bilateral cooperation.
Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag calls reports by international organizations regarding Turkish journalists being jailed for journalism "a smear campaign."
Turkey's Foreign Ministry has termed the incident an "unacceptable breach" to press freedom.
Davutoglu's chief advisor sees 2015 as a chance for both peoples to renew ties and look forward.
EU does not have the luxury not to enroll Turkey, says country's EU minister.