Turkish daily newspapers on Thursday covered Turkey's unemployment rate and Al-Assad regime's attack on the Syrian town of Azaz. The Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
All Turkish dailies covered the latest developments following the attack by Al-Assad's forces on Azaz town of Syria on Wednesday. Turkish dailies published the pictures of post-attack and wounded Syrian people. According to daily ZAMAN more than 30 people were killed in Azaz attack. Some of the wounded Syrians were brought to Turkey however 13 of them lost their lives at the Turkish hospitals. Daily SABAH also noted that Turkish President Abdullah Gul's proposal for the suspension of Syrian membership to Organization Islamic Cooperation had been accepted.
Another topic which was covered by Turkish dailies was the Turkish jobless rate. The national unemployment rate which has been at its lowest since 2001, dropped to 8.2 percent according to daily SABAH by headlining "Least unemployed in Turkey".
Rumors are circulating the Turkish media that ISIL militants have surrounded the Suleiman Shah tomb, a Turkish military base in Syria's Aleppo.
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.
Turkey will speed up the process of nuclear power plant construction, said Turkish energy minister following talks with Russian energy officials.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu compared the Syrian regime to the ISIL.
"If this massacre attempt achieves its goal it will end the process," said Abdullah Ocalan, leader of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).
Turkey had warned Kurdish and Syrian fighters to unite against ISIL, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.
The advanceof ISIL insurgents to within sight of the Turkish army on the Syrian border has piled pressure on Ankara to play a greater role in the U.S.-led coalition.
"Immediately subsequent to the 2015 elections, all parties in the parliament should free themselves from prejudice and come together to write a new constitution based on reconciliation," Erdogan said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said "We will fight effectively against both ISIL and all other terrorist organizations within the region; this will always be our priority."
Concerns Kiev could stop gas flow to Turkey and construction of nuclear plant on agenda for Taner Yildiz.
Turkish government's motion for military action against ISIL is extensively covered by Turkish dailies on Wednesday.
The Syrian Kurdish People’s Defence Units (PYD), a strong affiliate of the Kurdish separatist PKK terrorist organization, asked for weapons from Turley to fight the ISIL.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker called on Turkey to 'lift barriers' for American investment in the country.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said a special 'solution process council' will guide government's efforts to solve the Kurdish issue.
The newly-submitted motion, seeking parliamentary mandate for military action, cites the rising threats on southern borders as a motive.
A Turkish warship was harrassed in international waters, while a Turkish training aircraft was tracked in international air space.