It is just a new platform to me and I know zero Turkish so have to use web-translators (which sometimes format weirdly etc.) BTW simply because there were emails doesn't mean they were true or solicited/wanted by the recipient. And, I know, I know, I can get paranoid in the world of spy-craft and government but dis-info etc is possible. Especially in the world now where hacking is the norm. (Are some 'hacks' and data dumps simply what used to be called 'leaks' and 'off-the-record?') Are some 'dumps' a lawyer-like strategy to put so much information out that it obscures something else or a 'purloined letter' effect? I don't know.
Nothing says the dump could not have been polluted with disinfo.
Although the person(s) who leaked it really have nothing to gain according to whatever bground checks were done by whomever did them.
Keep in mind only half of the total leak is available at the moment. Also keep in mind for the most part the dump should not / is not supposed to contain sensitive info. With that being said humans make mistakes and get careless. People have a certain expectation of privacy that really is nothing but smoke n mirrors. I'm pretty positive not one of the people who sent emails in ever expected this leak to happen.
correlate the from: and to: email fields...
Search for ones between government owned domains. Simpy for the fact the odds they may contain info you may be interested in are greater.
run some checks on the domains the emails are sent from... if you have a list of any turkish security related domains that could help in filtering out the gibberish.
Just use google translate for your translation. It works well enough.
You want to omit google groups from the search , considering the odds / chances are very low any sensitive info would be sent there.