World Bulletin / News Desk
The Hakkari Chief Public Prosecutor's Office on Thursday began an investigation into an assault on Interior Minister İdris Naim Şahin.
Supporters of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) reportedly attacked Şahin, who had gone to the southeastern city of Hakkari on the eve of Eid al-Fitr.
A group threw stones at the interior minister as he was touring and speaking with local shopkeepers.
If the Hakkari Chief Public Prosecutor's Office finds concrete evidence linking the attack to the PKK, the case file will be forwarded to the Van Public Prosecutor's Office, which oversees terrorism-related cases.
Turkish Culture Minister Celik denies recent media reports of ancient mosaics being damaged during restoration.
Former Adana chief public prosecutor and others held in connection with 2014 search of MIT vehicles near Syrian border.
Most newspapers on Thursday cover stories on violence against women plus a legal spat over Turkey’s first nuclear facility.
Turkish president calls on Greece to join efforts with Turkey to resolve Cyprus issue.
A Mavi Marmara lawyer says human rights court has decided to hear from all those onboard during 2010 Israeli operation.
The Turkish EU minister has said that talks between Turkey and EU discussing the customs union between the two partners will begin in January 2016.
Multinational French food producer acquires Turkey's 33 largest industrial corporation.
Most papers cover President Erdogan’s remarks on Turkey’s defense production plus the sale of the country's largest internet food delivery service by German giant Delivery Hero.
In the past five days, the Turkish coastguard has rescued more than 600 migrants trying to cross the Aegean sea. Many of the women and children were rescued from rubber boats.
European Commission's Spring Economic Forecast indicates a revival of domestic demand that will help support growth.
Turkey's head of Presidency of Religious Affairs Mehmet Gormez says has returned his official car saying, 'This car is a grave for me and I do not want to enter a grave.'
Multi-million dollar Ordu-Giresun Airport, located off Turkey’s Black Sea coast, to open in May.
Berlin-based online food multinational takes over Turkey's largest Internet food delivery Yemeksepeti in $589 million deal.
Turkish dailies on Tuesday mainly covered President Erdogan's criticism of two opposition parties.
Turkish dailies have reported that a security manager Sinan Seyfettinoglu, who works at the American Consulate in Adana, is allegedly involved in spying in Turkey.
Turkish dailies on Monday focused on the election manifesto of Turkey's Nationalist Movement Party for June 7 elections and on alleged chemical attacks perpetrated by Syrian regime in Idlib.