Turkish dailies cover on Thursday Galatasaray's triumph over Juventus in Champions League, cussing in Turkey's parliament, and the decision by US & UK to suspend aid to Syrian opposition after strategic losses.
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Turkish dailies cover on Wednesday the memorial service for late anti-apartheid hero Mandela, Turkish MP Balbay's oath in the parliament, and Turkish economy's promising growth performance.
Turkish dailies widely cover Istanbul Court's releasing the opposition lawmaker detained under the Ergenekon case, release of detained Turkish journalist Metin Turan in Egypt, and UEFA Champions League group qualifier between Galatasaray and Juventus.
Turkish dailies widely cover Erdogan's address in the northwestern province of Edirne, incidents in the eastern province of Hakkari’s Yuksekova district and abduction of four Turkish soldiers, Israeli President Shimon Peres's statement of his readiness to meet Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani, co-chairwoman of the EU-Turkey Helene Flautre's strict response to the investigation of journalist Baransu over MGK documents.
Second Turkish products fair was opened in Algeria on Saturday.
Turkish dailies on Friday widely cover Nelson Mandela's death at the age of 95, the application for the release of imprisoned CHP MP Mustafa Balbay upon the verdict of the Constitutional Court, Erdogan's announcement of the mayoral candidates of AK Party for 2014 local elections, and the criminal complaints filed against daily Taraf by the Prime Ministry, National Intelligence Organization and National Security Council.
Turkish dailies widely cover on Thursday a verdict by Constitutional Court on imprisoned CHP MP Mustafa Balbay, a deal between Turkey and EU about visa liberalization for Turkish citizens in near future, PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Qatar visit, and surprise elimination of both Fenerbahce and Trabzonspor from Turkey Cup.
Turkish dailies covered on Wednesday the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party's new batch of mayoral candidates for March local elections next year, an OECD education ranking that puts Turkey at 44th spot among 65 countries, and testimony of a key suspect in retrial of the case on the assassination of Turkish-Armenian journalist Hrant Dink.
Turkish dailies covered on Tuesday a move by the Turkish government to transform private tutoring centers into full-fledged schools, a visit by head of Turkey's main opposition leader to the US, Turkish energy minister’s visit to Iraq, and the first court hearing in a case over the killing of a man by police fire during anti-government protests this summer in Turkey.
Turkish dailies cover on Monday death of Hollywood star, Turkish Energy Minister's visit to Baghdad, PM Erdogan's remarks on credit card use and Galatasaray's draw against Kasimpasa, which put both teams further away in Turkish league from leading Fenerbahce.
Turkish dailies cover the tension between the governmnet and Gulen movement and the claims that Canada allowed the NSA to spy on the 2010 G20 summit in Toronto.
Turkish dailies cover Erdogan's meeting with Kurdish leader Barzani, German chancellor's aproval of dual-citizenship right for Turkish immigrants, Dubai's being named the host city of the Expo 2020, Italy's Berlusconi's expulsion from Parliament and "relative ceasefire" on Syria crisis between Turkey and Iran.
Major events covered in Turkish dailies on Wednesday.
Turkish dailies cover Iran's historic nuclear deal with P5+1 countries boosting international markets, Turkish education minister's remarks on private after-school tuition centers and heavy rain in Turkey's western Izmir province flooding the whole province.
Turkish dailies cover Iran's nuclear deal with P5+1 countires on curbing its nuclear program and the Turkish prime minister's remarks on Cram schools (private tuition centers providing supplementary education) which he is determined to close.
Turkish Dailies on Friday, November 22, cover the ongoing debates on plans to close prep schools or "dershane" (private tuition centers which provide supplementary education), the ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party’s referral of their MP of Kutahya constituency to the party’s joint disciplinary board, and the release of a Turkish Greenpeace activist on bail.
Dailies in Turkey cover the ongoing debates on closure plans for prep schools, the end of a parliament commission for a new constitution and the funeral of prominent drama actor Nejat Uygur on Thursday, November 21, 2013.
Turkish dailies debate Prime Minister Erdogan's use of the word "Kurdistan", the twin bombings that rocked Lebanese capital Beirut, and Turkish national football team's promising performance
Demise of famous Turkish actor Nejat Uygur, Turkish government's easing message for reviewing closure of private tutoring schools, disarmament condition for general amnesty for PKK prisoners and new turquoise carpet on stairs of Turkish Prime Ministry are what national dailies cover on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 in Turkey.
The memorable meeting in Diyarbakir between PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the president of Northern Iraq’s Kurdish administration Masood Barzani, a plane crash near Russian city of Kazan, and the Istanbul Marathon run at the weekend are what national dailies cover on Monday, November 18, 2013 in Turkey.
Erdogan’s upcoming meeting with Barzani, Aliyev’s visit to Turkey, the proposal on a missile deal to be submitted by American firms to Turkey and ousted Egyptian president Morsi’s message to the Egyptian people.