Türkiye (newspaper)

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Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) İhlas Holding (66%)
Founded 22 April 1970
Political alignment Conservatism, Right-Wing
Language Turkish
Headquarters Yenibosna
City İstanbul
Country Turkey
Circulation 180,000 (May 2013)[1]
Website ‹See Tfm›www.turkiyegazetesi.com.tr

Türkiye ("Turkey" in Turkish) is a Turkish newspaper. Notable contributors include Rahîm Er.

The paper was founded by Enver Ören in 1970 as Hakikat, and was renamed Türkiye in 1972.[2] It reached 119,000 circulation in 1985, and 300,000 in 1989.[2]

Türkiye's parent company, İhlas Gazetecilik, was floated on the Istanbul Stock Exchange in 2010 (33% of shares, with the remainder owned by İhlas Holding).[3]


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