Turkish dailies cover on Tuesday Iran's historic nuclear deal with P5+1 countries boosting international markets, Turkish education minister's remarks on private after-school tuition centers and heavy rain in Turkey's western Izmir province flooding the whole province.
Daily TURKIYE writes "Spring air in markets" to describe the boom effect of Sunday's Iran-West nuclear agreement on international markets, noting that oil prices started to fall along with the decrease in USD and Euro.
The daily adds that the Iran's negotiating team was welcomed like heroes by Iranian people at airport on their return to Tehran.
Daily YENISAFAK headlines "Nuclear doping" as it said gold prices were down following the penning of the nuke deal, pointing out another positive effect of the easing of sanctions against Iran as the rise in stocks in Borsa Istanbul of Turkish companies working with Iran, also a 150 Turkish investors in Iran.
The daily also quoted Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu as responding to the claims that Turkey was by-passed from nuclear negotiations "We have never been excluded (from nuclear talks). We already discussed these issues during our talks in the US, Russia and visit by Iranian FM Zaref to Ankara."
Turkish education minister offers alternatives for private after-school tuition centers to be closed
With its headline "Private school or open high school," Daily SABAH carries to its front page what Turkish National Education Minister Nabi Avci said regarding the private after-school tuition centers (dershanes) which are planned to be closed.
The daily also cited his remarks as "Twenty per cent of dershanes has capacity to trasform into a private school. Eighty per cent of them may turn into a open high school."
"Plenty of choices for dershanes to be transformed" reports Daily STAR as it covers the alternatives put forth by Education Minister Avci, which he claimed would allow dershanes unwilling to turn into private schools to become open high schools instead or the ministry would take over them and transform into public education centers.
Turkey's Izmir turns into a lake after heavy shower
Daily TURKIYE says "Sea rises 78 cm" as it said Turkey's western province of Izmir was buckled under heavy pour-down, writing that daily life turned into a nightmare in Izmir as even the fire brigade department made an aid call for itself after its fire trucks sank in new emergent lakes.
"Izmir sinks" writes Daily STAR, saying the western coastal province was paralyzed after 75 kg of rain per a square meter.
The daily adds that the residents of Izmir could not reach emergency coornidation center via phone due to the overflow in Izmir Fire Brigade.