Turkey

All Popular Turkish newspapers and their ePaper websites are listed here. Read latest news andupdates, current affairs, e.t.c.


Cumhuriyet

Cumhuriyet

This is one of the oldest upmarket newspapers in Turkey. It started publishing in the year 1924 and was established by Yunus Nadi Abalioglu. Yunus was a renowned journalist during that period. This newspaper maintains republic Views and courageous journalistic…
Yenicag

Yenicag

Yenicag literally translates to “New Era”. As the name suggests, this newspaper tries to advocate reforms. It was first published on 4 March, 2002 and it follows nationalistic views. One major example for this is, it criticized Dogan Özgüden for accepting an award from…
Aydınlık

Aydınlık

This newspaper was launched in 1921 as a weekly and was repeatedly shutdown for various reasons. Finally in 2011, it was relaunched and stayed in circulation. According to a private research survey 2015, it has 61,000 copies circulation. It also…
Milli Gazete

Milli Gazete

Milli Gazete is one of the oldest newspapers in Turkey. This paper is said to be linked with the Islamist National Salvation Party and focuses mostly on it’s activities. This newspaper has a circulation of about 51,000 copies and is…
BirGun

BirGun

It is an independent newspaper established in 2004 by a group of intellectuals. It has faced many hurdles such as pressure from other publishers mainly the Dogan group. But it didn’t succumb to any pressure. It has launched a campaign offering…
Evrensel

Evrensel

It was established back in 7th June,1995. From it’s initial days, it stuck to socialistic views and mainly focused on workers union issues. They contributed by doing in-depth research and publishing independently without holding pressure from the protests. In the…
Ozgur Gundem

Ozgur Gundem

This newspaper published it’s first edition on 30 May, 1992. Due to it’s agenda and principles, it was shutdown several times and the present version was relaunched on 14th April 2011. Ozgur Gundem literally means “free agenda”. It matches it’s literal…