Turkish dailies' front pages cover Erdogan's presidential ceremony and Turkish football clubs in European challenges.
Today's newspapers cover Turkey's ruling AK party's congress to elect a new party chairman, and Erdogan's handing over the AK Party leadership to Davutoglu.
Today’s newspapers cover Turkey’s ruling AK party’s congress to elect a new party chairman, and thousands of Turks forming what is hoped to be the world’s largest portrait of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of the Republic of Turkey.
Turkish dailies' front pages on Monday covered the assault of a prominent surgeon, reportedly by the former mayor of Sarikamis, in eastern Turkey, and the latest clashes between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
Turkish dailies' front pages were heavily dominated Friday by the nomination of Turkey's foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu, as new prime minister, thus succeeding President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Today's newspapers covered claims that Germany's foreign intelligence agency has been spying on Turkey, further speculation on Turkey's future prime minister and President Barack Obama's comments on the killing of American journalist James Foley.
Turkish dailies reported Wednesday clashes over the demolition of a statue to a PKK founder, indications that Turkey's foreign minister could take over the prime ministerial post and protests over the death of an unarmed black teen in Missouri, the U.S.
Turkish dailies on Tuesday reported on the claims that Germany's foreign intelligence agency has been spying on Turkey and protests over the death of an unarmed black teen in Missouri, U.S.
Turkish dailies covered German intelligence spying on Turkey and the tragic plight of the Ezidis in Iraq.
Turkish dailies covered Turkish President-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan's latest remarks on a roadmap that is to follow the latest presidential election, disputes inside the main opposition party, CHP, and the tragic plight of the Ezidis in Iraq
Turkish dailies cover the dissarray in Turkish main opposition after the poor results in presidential election against the ruling AK Party's candidate Erdogan, the atrocities by the extremist Islamic State militants against Ezidis in Iraq and the death of Turkish giants Besiktas' legendary president Suleyman Seba.
Today’s newspapers covered Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s comments on outgoing President Abdullah Gul’s return to the ruling AK Party; opposition CHP lawmakers' call on chairman Kemal Kilicdaroglu to quit and the death of actor Robin Williams.
The repercussions on Turkish political life following Erdogan's victory in Sunday's presidential election received full-page coverage in all major Turkish newspapers on Tuesday.
The victory of the president-elect Erdogan in Sunday's presidential election received full-page coverage in all major Turkish newspapers on Monday.
Enis Berberoglu is said to have departed from the Hurriyet daily newspaper on his own accord.
Today’s newspapers cover two Turkish government meetings to discuss the militant group IS's advances in northern Iraq. The papers also cover the heavy rain that struck Turkey’s largest city Istanbul Thursday afternoon.
Turkish dailies are covering the ordeal of the Yazidi community fleeing militants in Iraq, Turkey's upcoming presidential election, an Istanbul club Besiktas’ 3-1 win against Dutch team Feyenoord last night.
Turkish dailies on Wednesday focus on a second wave of a detentions police officers on Tuesday, the alliance of Kurdistan Worker's Party with the Pershmerga forces in northern Iraq to fight against ISIL-led forces and UK's most prominent Muslim minister's resignation over her government's Gaza policy.
Today’s newspapers cover Turkish PM Erdogan’s attendance of a meeting of Supreme Military Council and the submission of the latest film from Turkey's award-winning director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s for evaluation for Oscars best foreign language film category.
Turkish dailies focused Monday on Turkish Prime Minister and presidential candidate Erdogan's huge campaign rally in Istanbul, Israeli strike against a UN-run school which killed 10 people in the ongoing Israeli onslaught on Gaza.
Today's newspapers are covering new legislation to end domestic violence, an emotional on-air interview by a UN official in Gaza and the death of a prominent Turkish musician.