Erdogan's campaign speech in south-eastern province Sanliurfa, a recent poll showing an increase in AK Party's vote share, a Turkish container ship that ran aground near a Greek island, and Turkey's Domestic Car Project
Turkish dailies on Friday cover the top court decision to uphold former armed forces chief Basbug's appeal, which paved the way for his release, and Prime Minister Erdogan's statements during a private TV broadcast Thursday night.
Turkish dailies on Thursday dedicate their front pages mainly to Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on the 'parallel state', his response to allegations over his interference in judicial process, his reply to whether he will continue in politics as prime minister should the AK lift the three-term restriction on MPs, and the latest developments in Ukraine's Crimea crisis with Russia.
Turkish dailies on Wednesday cover Russia's decision to withdraw its troops back from the Autonomous Republic of Crimea; Russian troops' warning shots at Ukrainian soldiers, and its long-range missile test. They also cover Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan's statements during his public address in a local election rally.
Turkish dailies on Tuesday cover Russia’s military intervention in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and US President Obama’s response to it, also the 86th Academy Awards in Hollywood .
Turkish dailies on Monday cover Prime Minister Erdogan's call on US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen to return to Turkey, his appeal to citizens to remove their children from Hizmet-run schools, and Russia's military intervention in Crimea.
Turkish dailies on Friday covered Prime Minister Erdogan's call on Fethullah Gulen, the U.S. based self-exiled leader of 'Hizmet' movement, to return to Turkey; the U.S. Department of State's human rights report on Turkey; the latest allegations on the wiretapping scandal by the 'Parallel state'; a brawl in the Turkish assembly over the 'dershane' bill; and the Turkish Trabzonspor's defeat against Italy's Juventus in the second leg of Round 32 of the European League.
Turkish dailies on Thursday covers details of the wiretapping operation, the raid against the Turkish National Intelligence Sevice's juggernaut in Adana, the aftermath of the 'crypto comfort' telephone scandal resulting in the sacking of 7 people working in TUBITAK and the first leg match of UEFA Champions League Round 16 between Turkish team Galatasaray and Chelsea from England in Istanbul which ended in a 1-1 draw.
Dailies dedicated their front pages on Wednesday to an alleged voice recording which PM Erdogan describes as a "fabrication".
Dailies dedicated their front pages on Tuesday to a wiretapping operation by a “parallel organization” which government says is nestled in the judiciary and police eavesdropping some seven thousand people among them ministers and high-ranking figures from politics, business, civil society, media and academia.
Turkish dailies cover domestic politics and international football on Monday.
Dailies cover release of professor in the "Ergenekon Case", deadly Ukraine clashes, extension of MIT authority and wiretapping of the prime minister's office.
Turkish dailies on Thursday covers a new bill boosting the powers of Turkey's top spy agency.
Turkish dailies on Wednesday cover the ratification of internet bill by Turkish President, Abdullah Gul, the enlargement of Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport and protests in Ukraine.
Turkish PM Erdogan said on Tuesday that broad band internet subscription in Turkey hit 34 million.
Turkish dailies on Tuesday cover Turkey’s ministry of education’s distribution of 100-thousand tablet computers to Turkish students, an explosion at an art gallery in Istanbul and the hijacking of an Ethiopian plane en route to Rome.
Turkish dailies on Monday cover Prime Minister Erdogan's remarks in the Istanbul City Hospital foundation ceremony and the controversy of ‘parallel state tapping’.
Turkish dailies on Friday cover Turkey's 5th satellite, Turkey-Afghansitan-Pakistan Trilateral Summit in Ankara, and DHKP-C militant arrested in Greece.
Turkish dailies on Thursday cover the ceremony for the opening of a new subway line in capital Ankara, the capture of the four members of the leftist armed group, DHKP-C in Greece and new claims on the dispute between AK Party government and Gulen movement
Turkish dailies on Wednesday cover Prime Minister Erdogan's remarks in the press conference with his Spanish counterpart and the arrest of four DHKP-C militants in Greece.
Second round of Syria peace talks, protests against CHP mayoral candidates, and plans for third Istabul airport halted.
Turgut Dibek announces his resignation from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) on Monday.