Bugün: “TL 90,000 for free milk,” said the daily in the headline of a front-page article yesterday, reporting about the details of the free milk project in schools, which was announced by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan earlier this week. Erdoğan announced on Wednesday that approximately 7 million schoolchildren will receive free milk every day at school. “We are implementing a new program to contribute to the proper nutrition of students from kindergarten to fifth grade,” he said. According to the daily, the cost of the project will be TL 90,000, and a tender will be launched for the project this month.
Sabah: “That beautiful face should not have disappeared,” read the headline of the daily’s main story yesterday, quoting remarks from the husband of Olga Aygün, whose face was transplanted to a young woman in Ankara earlier this week. Olga Aygün was pronounced brain dead after she committed suicide. Aygün’s husband, Mehmet Salim, told the daily that he and his wife had a very happy marriage, and he loved her so much that he did not want her face to disappear, which is why he decided to donate Aygün’s face. The husband said he wants to see the young woman, H.N., to whom Olga’s face was transplanted, from time to time after she recovers.
Haber Türk: According to a front-page story in the daily yesterday, the Interior Ministry has sent a circular to governors’ offices across Turkey telling them that deputies should not be issued traffic tickets when they violate traffic rules. The daily said just as deputies enjoy immunity in Parliament, they will also enjoy immunity in traffic.