Most newspapers covered latest developments in ongoing investigation of "parallel structure"
Tuesday’s newspapers in Turkey dedicated their front pages to reactions on Sunday’s police crackdown in Turkey and the Sydney cafe siege.
Turkey's telecommunications watchdog has made the clarification after Twitter users complained of lack of access for nearly two hours Monday.
Monday’s newspapers examine British prime minister’s upcoming visit to Turkey and Sunday's reported Israeli airstrikes on Damascus.
Newspapers report president's remarks on recent Kurdish protests in many Turkish cities and results of an election to the country's top judicial body
Protests in many cities in Turkey in support of the Syrian Kurdish town Kobani and the Turkish President's address to Syrian refugees in camps in Turkey's southern Gaziantep province are covered
This will be his first visit to Turkey in a year, and it comes at a time when the Kurdish town of Kobani on Syria's border with Turkey is surrounded by ISIL fighters who are at the verge of claiming the town.
Thursday’s dailies cover the clashes between ISIL and the pro-Kurdish Democratic Union party in Kobani and Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s remarks at the opening of the country’s new legislative year.
Turkish government's motion for military action against ISIL is extensively covered by Turkish dailies on Wednesday.
Tuesday's papers covered Turkish army's deploying armored vehicles and tanks along the Syrian border after mortar rounds fired by ISIL militants fell on Turkish territory.
On Monday, domestic dailies covered: Turkish conditions for joining an anti-ISIL coalition plus the government's response to PKK criticisms and threats to end the ongoing peace process.
Friday's dailies report on Turkish President Erdogan's meeting with U.S. Vice President Biden and his phone conversation with U.S. President Obama over the ISIL crisis in the Middle East.
Thursday's newspapers covered President Erdogan's speech at the UN, the human tragedy of Syrian refugees hit by a sandstorm during their wait at the Turkish-Syrian border and a storm in the Turkish Black Sea province of Giresun.
Wednesday's papers covered Turkish President Erdogan's call for broader counterterrorism strategies and his statements on Turkey’s stance against the extremist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant. The media also focused on the lift of the headscarf ban in secondary schools and on the collapse of a scaffold in Istanbul's central Taksim district.
Papers today covered President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s meeting with rescued Mosul consulate staff and the details of the rescue operation. The media also focused on the new wave of Syrian Kurdish refugees fleeing ISIL attacks and taking refuge in the Turkish border province of Sanliurfa.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's speech to Turkish business leaders encouraging a new vision and not to underestimate the growth of the Turkish economy is covered by Turkish dailies. The media also focuses on the thousands of Syrians rushing to the Turkish border. The Turkish European Union Minister Bozkir's outlining of a new strategy to secure accession to the European Union is also covered.
Papers today covered President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's angry reaction to a newspaper story alleging the ISIL terror group is recruiting in the Turkish capital, Ankara. The media also focused on a European court ruling over compulsory religion classes in Turkey plus Scotland's bid for independence from the United Kingdom.
Wednesday's dailies carry remarks by Ahmet Davutoglu during his first overseas engagement as Turkey's prime minister. Speaking in north of Cyprus, he called on all sides on the divided island to work together to set an example of peace building.
Tuesday's newspapers cover President Erdogan's official visit to Qatar - a close ally regarding the developments in the Middle East. Papers also focused on the new school year in Turkey and fresh gubernatorial appointments for the cities of Istanbul and Ankara.
Monday's newspapers cover Prime Minister Davutoglu's remarks on his policy style since taking office, President Erdogan's speeches on terror en route to Qatar and a major traffic accident in southern Turkey which has killed 13 people.
All Turkish dailies on Friday covered Ankara's decision not to sign the 'Jeddah Communique' which aimed to take a unified stand against Islamic State.