Turkish dailies covered in their Wednesday editions the main opposition Republican People's (CHP) Party's 34th ordinary congress, a large fire break out at a 42-storey building in the centre of Istanbul and latest situation about ongoing clashes between regime supporters and opposition groups in Damascus.
All Turkish dailies covered the main opposition CHP's 34th ordinary congress in which delegates voted to re-elect Kemal Kilicdaroglu as chairman for another term at the party. CUMHURIYET daily highlighted that Kilicdaroglu's new pledge for change and democracy at the party.
Another topic that most of the Turkish dailies covered is the large fire break out at a 42-storey building in the centre of Istanbul. The daily mentioned that a tragedy was prevented by smart compression system, and residents were able to escape without any injury.
TURKIYE daily wrote about the latest situation about ongoing clashes between regime supporters and opposition groups in Syria's capital Damascus. The daily stated that after 16 months Free Syrian Army was pounding at the door of the capital city.
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