Turkish dailies on Friday mainly focus on the latest developments on Tuesday's deadly plane crash in the French Alps plus the escalating crisis in Yemen
Thursday’s dailies heavily covered a high-level meeting between Turkey’s president, deputy PM and Central Bank governor on restoring confidence in the economy and limiting public debt.
Tuesday’s dailies mostly covered the government’s decision to reappoint former intelligence chief Hakan Fidan to his previous post, a cabinet meeting at the presidential palace plus former president Abdullah Gul’s decision not to run in the country’s upcoming general elections.
Friday’s dailies focus on Thursday's military aircraft crash in central Turkey and the US dollar's record rise against the lira.
Wednesday's dailies focus on Turkish President Erdogan's remarks on former intelligence chief Hakan Fidan's resignation to run in June election plus Turkish military aid delivered to Iraq in the fight against Daesh.
From a major planned anti-Daesh operation to the Istanbul funeral of renowned Turkish author Yasar Kemal, Turkish dailies covered a wide array of issues on Tuesday.
Friday's dailies mostly cover the Taliban bomb attack on a Turkish convoy in Afghanistan and Turkish football team Besiktas which dramatically beat Liverpool 5-4 on penalties in the UEFA Europa League.
Thursday’s dailies focus on Turkish president Erdogan’s remarks on latest interest rate cut, aftermath of military aircraft crash in eastern Turkey and further details on 'Shah Firat' operation in Turkey's Syrian exclave.
Wednesday's dailies mostly covered the death of four air force pilots who died in a training accident, a bitter war of words over the removal of Turkey's Suleyman Shah tomb in Syria, plus fallout over the interest rate cut by the Turkish Central Bank.
Monday’s dailies heavily covered Turkey’s cross-border military operation in Syria to relocate a historical tomb.
Friday’s dailies focus on a new brawl in the Turkish parliament and heavy snowfall that has gripped Istanbul since last Tuesday.
Wednesday's dailies cover the reactions to the brutal killing of a young Turkish woman, Ozgecan Aslan, and the extreme weather conditions in Istanbul.
Monday's dailies heavily covered reactions to the brutal killing of a young Turkish woman, Ozgecan Aslan.
No less than seven of Thursday's dailies dedicate their front pages to the Turkish president’s criticism of American leaders following the shooting of three young Muslims in North Carolina this week.
Most dailies on Thursday dedicate their front page to extreme weather across Turkey and the killings of three young Muslims by gunman in the U.S.
Erdogan sends first tweet on occasion of World Anti-Smoking Day.
Turkish dailies on Thursday focused on reactions to Bank Asya's takeover by the Turkish banking authority Wednesday, and human story of baby, who suffers from very rare disease and his desperate father's unique endeavor to save him.
The World Bulletin Research Panel (DUBAM) has kept their finger on the pulse, presenting "Islamophobia and Islamic Perception in Europe" at their monthly roundtable meeting.
Wednesday’s newspapers focused on Turkey’s banking watchdog’s takeover of Bank Asya and a flood which trapped around 5,000 people in northwestern Turkey.
Majority of Tuesday’s newspapers cover floods in western Turkey, new Greek Prime Minister Tsipras's visit to the Greek Cypriot side and the inflation rate impact on markets.
Frederike Geerdink is accused of disseminating pro-PKK propaganda.in Turkey