TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on NOV. 6

Turkish dailies cover on Wednesday Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on students’ accommodation and a confession of a former top Israeli intelligence official on Mavi Marmara massacre back in 2010.

TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on NOV. 6

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

On Wednesday, 6th of November 2013, Turkish dailies cover Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on students’ accommodation and a confession of a former top Israeli intelligence official on Mavi Marmara massacre back in 2010.   

"Conservative democratic intervention" headlines daily Radikal referring to Erdogan's remarks in which he said he was against male and female students’ becoming housemates during their studies. The daily quotes Erdogan as saying " As a conservative democratic government, we can make a legal regulation if needed." 

MILLIYET quotes Erdogan as saying "Girls and boys can not live in the same houses." Erdogan said governor offices have already been intervening in houses where female and male students living together in certain situations upon intelligence and there are serious complaints about those houses, Erdogan said, according to the same daily. 

YENI SAFAK and STAR share the same quote from Prime Minister Erdogan: “Those children are under our care” as their front page headlines. The daily reports that Erdogan said just before his departure for Finland that female-male sharing of flats attract serious complaints and if necessary, a legal regulation will be issued to tackle the issue.

Turkish dailies SABAH, VATAN and AKIT all used the news covered yesterday by AA (http://www.aa.com.tr/en/headline/248168--a) on a confession regarding the Mavi Marmara raid that left 9 Turks dead in 2010 when it was carried out by Israeli special forces, by retired intelligence chief Amos Yadlin: “It was a mistake”.

BUGUN on the front page reports the news on the leopard shot dead in southern city of Diyarbakir and says that an autopsy revealed that the wild animal had been shot in the foot before. The daily says the unlucky leopard’s skin will be filled and then it will be exhibited.

BUGUN also covers the news on a shot on Istanbul’s Bosphorus Bridge by world’s number one golfer Tiger Woods to start the European Tour that is to be held in Antalya, Turkey.

Last Mod: 06 Kasım 2013, 13:08
Add Comment