Turkish dailies reported Thursday on the latest developments of the operation in Istanbul and other cities against the police officers and officials in wiretapping probe, the latest clashes in Israel and Palestine and the Taiwan plane crash which left 51 dead.
Turkish dailies reported Wednesday on the operation in Istanbul and other cities against the police officers and officials in wiretapping probe and the latest clashes in Israel and Palestine.
Turkish dailies on Tuesday continued to give wide coverage to the Israeli offensive in Gaza, the upcoming Turkish presidential election and a Malaysian airliner which was downed over eastern Ukraine.
Turkish dailies on Friday focused on the Malaysian Airlines plane crash in Ukraine, Israel’s ground offensive in Gaza, and a Constitutional Court ruling on murdered Armenian journalist Hrant Dink.
Turkish dailies have focused on the deaths of four Palestinian children during shelling in Gaza, and conflict over the presence of Syrian refugees in three southern Turkish cities.
Turkish daily newspapers report details from presidential candidate Demirtas' campaign, the Turkish prime minister's criticism of the international community on Gaza and the ceasefire breakdown.
Turkish dailies on Tuesday reported on the latest clashes in Israel and Palestine and the 'surprising' meeting of Kurdish Regional Government president Barzani with Turkish President Gul and Prime Minister Erdogan.
Turkish dailies on Monday have focused on the growing crisis between Israel and Gaza and the German victory in the World Cup final.
Turkish dailies on Friday have focused on presidential hopeful Ihsanoglu's campaign launch, the latest escalation between Israel and Hamas, and reactions to Turkish referee Cakir's performance in the World Cup semifinal between the Netherlands and Argentina.
Turkish dailies on Thursday reported on the latest developments in Israel and Palestine and a speech by Turkish PM Erdogan heavily criticising opposition presidential candidate Ihsanoglu who earlier said Turkey should remain impartial on the Palestine issue.
Turkish dailies today focus on PM Erdogan's latest remarks over presidency, Israeli operations on the Gaza Strip and Brazil's defeat to Germany during the World Cup semifinal.
Turkish dailies today focus on PM Erdogan's latest remarks over presidency, arrest of a police officer suspected of murdering a demonstrator during anti-government Gezi protests and 19 year-boy, who died of Bonsai drug.
Turkish dailies reports Monday details from PM Erdogan's presidential election campaign, FIFA World Cup matches in Brazil, and the ongoing advance of militant insurgents in Iraq.
Turkish dailies today focused on the release of the abducted 31 Turkish lorry drivers by ISIL after twenty three days of captivity, Turkish President Gul's meeting with two opposition parties joint candidate for president, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu and the outbreak of a fire on a luxury yacht in Turkey's touristic district, Bodrum in the Aegean Sea.
Turkish dailies today focused on PM Erdogan's candidacy in the forthcoming presidential election, three more Turkish opposition parties' endorsement of rival candidate Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu and the detention of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy.
Turkish dailies on Wednesday reported on Turkish PM Erdogan's candidacy in the forthcoming presidential election, and on the detention of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy, in a corruption probe.
Turkish dailies Tuesday focus on Turkey's ruling party's expected announcement of its candidate for the forthcoming presidential election. ISIL hanging its flag across the border from Turkish town of Akcakale and announcing that they had founded an Islamic state and the announcement of pro-Kurdish opposition People's Democratic Party's co-leader Demirtas to run as party's candidate in the presidential elections are also covered.
The main issue dominating Turkish press Monday is Turkish President Abdullah Gul's confirmation Sunday that he will not re-run for a second term as president. A fire that destroyed five hotels in the Mediterranean resort of Adrasan in Antalya province and the arrest of a man shot by police when attempting to remove a Turkish flag from a police station in Istanbul on Saturday were also covered.
Today's Turkish dailies focus on bid to solve Turkey's Kurdish issue and prime minister's meeting with Iraqi Kurdish counterpart.
Mostly Turkish dailies dedicated their front pages to news about Turkey's upcoming presidential elections on August 10 and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's possible nomination.
Wednesday’s dailies focused on the Turkish prime minister's remarks on naming their presidential candidate next week; reactions to Turkish central bank’s cut on interest rates and a new reform package on the Kurdish issue which is expected to be legalized before the parliament recession.