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."
"Solid capital and profitability buffers mean the outlook remains stable" for Turkish Banks
Israel's 'aggressive and ugly attitude' towards holy places in Palestine has brought new chaos to the region, says Cavusoglu
The institute proposed a research department on Turkish-Ottomans, which "fill the gap in the department of history and civilization."
Turkish newspapers cover President Erdogan’s criticism of the EU as well as the normalization of relations between the US and Cuba.
Turkey and Iran both have the political will to fight terrorism, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said in Tehran.
Turkish Petroleum Pipeline Corporation to receive $1.2 billion from Turkey's Central Bank to meet payments by end of year
President Erdogan has invited a controversial U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen to Turkey to join his alleged team that was detained in a probe
Petroleum Pipeline Corporation to receive $1.2 billion from Turkey's central bank to meet payments by end of year.
Only Turkey and the Dominican Republic lack an official emblem – now Turkish MPs want to find a new coat of arms.
Quran printer's launch of Ottoman Turkish keyboard attracts considerable attention, as language to be required in high schools
Turkey's national air carrier to increase flights from Manchester to Istanbul, following high demand.
A 17-year-old boy was shot dead during armed clashes between police and assailants in southeast Turkey overnight and one police officer was wounded
Most newspapers covered latest developments in ongoing investigation of "parallel structure"
Police launch rescue operation after fishing boat destroyed in high winds on Marmara Sea.
A Chinese tourist has been killed in a hot air balloon crash in the central Turkish touristic area of Cappadocia