TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on NOV. 29

Turkish dailies cover the tension between the governmnet and Gulen movement and the claims that Canada allowed the NSA to spy on the 2010 G20 summit in Toronto.

TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on NOV. 29

Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Turkish dailies continue to cover on Friday the tension between the government and Gulen movement, a religious movement led by Turkish Islamic scholar Fethullah Gulen.

Daily Vatan covers the spying allegations that US NSA and its Canadian counterpart spied on the 2010 G8 and G20 summits in Toronto.

They tapped Erdogan, Turkish prime minister, the daily reports. According to secret documents released by US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, the Canadian government let the NSA wiretap the phone calls, text messages and e-mails of the leaders attending the summits.

Daily Haberturk says "Erdogan spied on in Canada". The US spied on Erdogan and other leaders during the G20 summit in Canada. It also says the NSA snooped 25 leaders at the Toronto G20 summit including Turkey's Erdogan.

Daily Aksam also covers spying allegations in Canada. The daily says, "US hits the bull's eye in wiretapping". The NSA and Canada's national security agency cooperated and tapped the G20 leaders for six days.

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