World Bulletin/News Desk
Interior Minister Idris Naim Sahin was attacked by a group who threw stones at him on Saturday during a visit he paid to the southeastern province of Hakkari.
Sahin was touring Hakkari and chatting with shop owners along the Cumhuriyet Street when he was attacked by a group of people who were chanting slogans in favor of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). Security forces intervened after the group threw stones at the minister, who suffered no injuries. The minister was circled by police and taken to a nearby shop. Police used pepper gas to disperse the group.
Şahin is known with his harsh remarks against the PKK.
Turkish dailies cover both praise and criticism for rebel MP who defied party line to take position in interim government
Soldiers standing guard near a highway in southeastern Turkey were attacked by PKK members
Peoples’ Democratic Party's (HDP) Istanbul deputy Tuzel says he will not take part in the interim government because of alleged negative aims of AK Party
Thursday’s dailies cover interim-government moves plus a 4.5G network tender which has seen a record bid worth $4.4 billion
President's comments were a message to voters to vote for ruling AKP and return its overall majority, thus avoiding instability
Davutoglu gives candidates one day to accept or decline ministry seats
Wednesday’s dailies mainly cover moves to form an interim government, plus the aftermath of flooding in northeastern Turkey
An armored vehicle has also been hit in the attack on a police station in eastern Turkey’s Bingol province
Recent polls say one-party government unlikely even after snap election on November 1
Ahmet Davutoglu to create cabinet as country faces repeat of June general election
Country's main election body announces the date of snap election
President Erdogan mandates current PM to form government which will lead Turkey to snap polls
Dailies cover President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s decision on a snap election plus deadly flooding in northeastern Turkey
Turkey has witnessed a surge in violence in recent weeks with the PKK targeting Turkish security forces and infrastructure
President Erdogan decides on 'renewal of parliamentary elections' a day after deadline for coalition government expires
Davutoğlu says Turkey's recent air operations against terrorist groups are not against any ethnic or sectarian groups