TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on JULY 23

Turkish dailies covered on Tuesday Turkih Deputy PM Arinc's remarks on developments in northern Syria, Kate Middleton's, Duchess of Cambridge, giving birth to a baby and the quakes in China

TURKISH PRESS REVIEW on JULY 23

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Turkish dailies covered on Tuesday Turkih Deputy PM Bulent Arinc's remarks on developments in northern Syria.

Daily VATAN headlined "We cannot condone", publishing that Deputy PM Bulent Arinc evaluated the developments in northern Syria and said, "We cannot condone any de facto actions or events which will result to the detriment of Turkey." Daily YENI SAFAK also titled "We cannot condone de facto actions" saying Arinc talked after the meeting of Council of Ministers and stated, "We cannot wink at developments which can endanger territorial integrity of Syria", adding Ankara would not accept let autonomy proclamation in Syria.

Turkish dailies covered Kate Middleton's, Duchess of Cambridge, giving birth to a baby and the birth came after an anxious waiting period.

Daily AKSAM's headline was "Britain applauds its new king" publishing Kate was admitted to hospital on the morning of July 22 upon her child-birth pain and the Royal baby was finally born at 6.24 pm on Monday. Daily HABERTURK headlined "Welcome baby" saying Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, welcomed a son and the birth was announced in Buckingham Palace. Daily HURRIYET's title was "Prospective king arrives" saying Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, was admitted to St. Mary's Hospital at 5.30 am on Monday to give birth to third in line to the British throne and the royal baby was born at 4.24pm (London local time). Queen Elizabeth II signed the birth document.

Turkish dailies also covered the quakes in China.

Daily ZAMAN headlined "A 6.6 magnitude quake in China; 75 dead and 400 wounded" publishing that a 6.6 magnitude earthquake occurred in Gansu province, west of Beijing, on Monday morning and hundreds of houses were damaged in addition to 75 dead and 400 injured people in the quake. An increase in death toll was expected.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 23 Temmuz 2013, 11:46
YORUM EKLE