Turkish dailies on Tuesday covered the statements of Turkey's ruling AK Party leader about the EU accession process, a slain US woman who became the subject of a large-scale search following her death and the bomb attacks of Assad regime in Syria. The Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Most of the Turkish dailies covered the statements of Prime Minister and ruling Justice and Development (AK) Party leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Most of the Turkish dailies headlined "Do not delay, let's finish it" over Erdogan's words. Turkish Premier Erdogan referred to Turkey's 54 years long wait for its EU accession and dailies stated that Erdogan warned the EU. Daily SABAH quoted Erdogan as saying, "Our cooperation and solidarity with EU countries will continue. We are not looking for any alternatives. But the 54 years long wait is unforgivable and unbearable. We are patient but we have limits too, so do not delay. Let's finish it."
Furthermore, Turkish dailies covered the murder of the missing American woman, Sarai Sierra who had disappeared on January 21 in Istanbul. "FBI agents do double shifts" headlined daily HURRIYET referring to the large scaled search of Sierra case. Daily stated that US FBI agents have become active in Turkey for the cases of Sierra and for Friday's blast at the US Embassy in Ankara.
Lastly, some of the Turkish dailies covered the bomb attacks of Assad regime which destroyed houses and killed civilians. "War planes hit children" headlined daily TURKIYE over the attacks of regime forces in Syria. The attack destroyed a 5-storey building which killed 15 people mainly women and children. The paper said, the death toll may rise.
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