Monday's newspapers dedicated their front pages to Greece’s left-wing party’s election victory as well as President Erdogan’s visit to Somalia.
Turkish dailies covered sentencing of policemen, found guilty of causing the death of a demonstrator during 2013's Gezi Park anti-gov’t protests and the reaction from the victim's mother, as well as Erdogan slamming latest Central Bank decision and the turmoil in Yemen.
Wednesday’s dailies cover Turkey's parliamentary vote, where it was decided not to send ex-ministers to trial over alleged graft charges, as well as police operation over alleged illegal wiretapping.
- Police chief to be taken to Istanbul after completion of procedures in Ankara police department.
Turkish dailies on Monday covered President Erdogan’s chairing of a cabinet meeting as well as the commemorations for Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink, killed in 2007.
A new Yemen television channel will be based in Istanbul head by Nobel laureate Tawakkul Karman
Almost all Turkish newspapers on Tuesday dedicated their front pages to Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu's remarks on terrorism at a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.
Turkish dailies on Monday focused on unity march in Paris.
Friday’s dailies heavily covered reflections on the deadly gun attack on a French magazine as well as the Turkish PM’s announcement of new incentives for working women.
Turkish dailies focused on the Constitutional Court’s ruling on the country's electoral threshold plus a deadly suicide bomb attack in Istanbul.
Frederinke Geerdink was taken to Diyarbakir police headquarters to make a statement. Turkey detains second Dutch journalist in as many days.
Headlines focused on a commission ruling over the case of four former ministers linked to 2013 graft allegations.
One of Friday’s major stories in Turkish media was armed man’s failed attack against police officers in front of Istanbul’s historic Dolmabahce Palace, as well as Turkish Exporters' Assembly report on annual exports, which hit record highs in 2014.
An Istanbul court has rejected a prosecutor's objection to the release of eight detainees, including Ekrem Dumanli, editor-in-chief of the Zaman daily.
Most dailies on Wednesday dedicate their front page to bad weather conditions in Istanbul and the new net minimum wage in Turkey.
Majority of Tuesday’s newspapers cover aftermath of the Italian ferry blaze, bad weather conditions across Turkey and Mehmet Ali Agca’s deportation from Italy
Most dailies on Friday dedicated their front page to the meeting between Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi and a police investigation into Wednesday’s mafia-style killings in Istanbul.
Turkish dailies focus mainly on a former police chief's conviction on terrorism charges, two mafia-style killings in Istanbul, the arrest of a high-school student for allegedly insulting the president and a Besiktas footballer's fair play for stopping a referee from sending off a rival.
Turkish newspapers have focused on a postponed parliamentary commission ruling on last December's anti-fraud probe.
Turkish newspapers have focused on the prime minister's remarks on corruption, an anticipated parliamentary commission ruling on last December's anti-fraud probe, plus the shooting dead of two police officers in New York
Most newspapers covered latest developments in ongoing investigation of "parallel structure"