Dailies on Tuesday covered the gun-fight in a night club where a famous Turkish footballer got shot; the government's determination to restrict May Day protests in Taksim Square along with worker unions' insistence on going; the annulment of local elections in the western city of Yalova after a recount following a close race.
Today's newspapers have focused on the dramatic story of Turkey's involvement in the freeing of four captive French journalists held in Syria, the prime minister hitting the presidential campaign trail in Germany and a costly 1-1 draw for league leaders Fenerbahce in their derby with city rivals Besiktas.
Turkish dailies on Friday are covering President Abdullah Gul telling business leaders to "not get demoralized" over Turkey's political environment, remarks by the country's transport minister over the possible pixelation of "malicious content" on Twitter and the ongoing travails of the embattled chairman of scandal-hit Istanbul football club, Fenerbahce.
Thursday's newspapers mainly cover President Abdullah Gul’s comments on Turkey's August presidential election, the ruling AK Party’s meeting on that contest, high-level talks between Twitter and Ankar, plus a ferry disaster in South Korea.
Energy cooperation between Turkey and Iraq’s Kurdish regional government is stated clearly to both the U.S. and the government in Iraq, says Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkish dailies on Wednesday mainly cover a gun attack which wounded former MP, Adnan Yildiz killing his wife and daughter in Istanbul, latest developments in Ukraine, and "The Blood Moon" - a total lunar eclipse which made the moon take on a deep red color.
Turkish dailies covered Tuesday the visit of Twitter executives to Turkey to discuss legal obligations, the visit to headquarters of ruling AK Party by the U.S. ambassador to Turkey, and pro-Russian rebels defying Ukrainian government deadline in eastern Ukraine.
Turkish dailies on Monday mainly cover latest developments in Ukraine, Turkey’s PM's speech on the Holy Birth Week of Prophet Muhammad, the probe on defamation against wiretapping case judges and the second tube tunnel project beneath the Istanbul Strait.
Turkish dailies on Friday dedicated their front pages mostly to news on Turkish Parliament Constitution Commission's Head, Burhan Kuzu's court application to re-block Twitter, the tragic death of famous Turkish photographer Kerim Okten and the attack on the Turkish embassy building - which is under construction, in Somalia's capital of Mogadishu, which wounded two Turkish workers.
Turkish dailies on Thursday dedicated their front pages to details of a physical assault on a Turkish opposition leader, protests over an Egyptian court's decision to sentence 528 Muslim Brotherhood supporters to death and a major fatal traffic accident in the central Turkish city of Konya.
Turkish dailies on Wednesday dedicated their front pages mostly to news from the parliament including, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks in his speech to his AK Party's MPs, the attack on main opposition leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu who was punched in the face on his way to deliver his speech in the parliament and detention of 12 police officers over illegal wire-tapping allegations.
Turkish dailies covered Tuesday reactions on the lifting of Twitter ban, the latest developments in Ukraine and Turkey’s prime minister’s meeting with Turkish media representatives in Istanbul.
Turkish dailies on Monday cover presidential election possibilities and remaining local election controversies across the country.
Turkish dailies covered Friday details of a court ruling on the coup plot case 'Ergenekon,' the lifting of Twitter ban and President Abdullah Gul's comments on the micro-blogging site.
Turkish President's remarks on August presidential elections dominated front pages.
As expected, Turkey's Sunday local elections dominate the frontpages of Turkish dailies on Wednesday.
Turkish dailies on Tuesday widely cover Sunday's local elections and the contesting of the results in some provinces. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's meeting with President Abdullah Gul is also covered.
Turkish dailies on Monday widely cover Sunday's local elections, ruling AK Party's lead in the polls.
Turkish media portrayed the results from various different angles.
Some press employers in Turkey have caused their employees to quit their jobs because they acted or thought differently, Media Laborers Union says
On Friday, Turkish dailies mainly cover Thursday's leaking of a wiretapped security meeting between Turkey’s intelligence agency chief Hakan Fidan, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Deputy Chief of General Staff Yasar Guler. Turkish telecommunications’ decision to block YouTube access and the Turkish PM’s heavy condemnation of a leaked wiretap of a security meeting regarding Syria.
On Thursday, Turkish dailies mainly cover Wednesday's court order lifting the block on access to Twitter, controversies around an alleged sex tape of former opposition leader, and the electoral campaign rallies of political leaders