Turkish dailies mostly covered in their Friday editions the start of the holy month of Ramadan, the ongoing violence in Syria, developments at the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP). The Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
All Turkish dailies covered the ongoing violence in the cities of Syria and daily YENI SAFAK headlined "Escape from Damascus" over the warning of Syrian government to its people. Daily YENI SAFAK said, "Syrian government who is planning to repulse the Free Syrian Army warned the citizens of Damascus, saying 'Leave the city in 48 hours of time'."
Several Turkish dailies covered the victory of CHP leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu after the party's regular congress. Holding an exclusive interview with the CHP leader, daily VATAN headlined "I will expel who ever harms the party" and quoted Kilicdaroglu saying, "Who ever works against the party during elections, I will not forgive and keep them in the party."
The dailies also covered their Friday edition with Ramadan news. Muslims welcomed Ramadan in joy. Most of the Turkish dailies published that they will be having series of articles during the month of Ramadan.
All measures for labor safety were taken, according to Turkey's Has Sekerler Mining Company
Kobani, the PKK and the 'paralell state' all feature on the agenda.
The “octopus” is a fast drainage system that can pump out 8,500 liters of water in a minute and can operate at a depth of 60 meters
Turkish dailies on Thursday cover the mine accident in central Turkey where 18 miners remain trapped because of a flood, as well as the crossing of peshmerga forces into Kobani via Turkey
Police trawl through CCTV footage after a man hits eleven cars with a rented vehicle before stabbing three people and escaping.
Turkish president says Ankara will use its experience 'in the name of humanity and for regional and global peace.'
Master Sergeant dies after armed attack Wednesday in southeastern Turkey.
Accident in central Turkey where flood trapped 18 miners is linked with employers failing to comply with regulations on workers' rights, President Erdogan said
Turkish ambassador to South Africa Kaan Esener said trade figures between the two countries had risen to $ 2.2 billion in 2013.
Speaking in conference in Turkey, Syrian National Coalition chief Bahra blames Assad regime for trying to foment sectarian rifts
The Kurdish regional government in Iraq has sent its peshmerga forces Wednesday through Turkey to combat ISIL militants in Kobani
A soldier killed during an armed attack in Turkey's southeastern province Diyarbakir...
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The reception at the Presidential Palace has been cancelled due to the mine accident in central Anatolia, where at least 18 miners remain trapped underground
Taha Akgul is awarded the title of best wrestler in the world in the 125-kilogram category