Main opposition CHP leader claims proposed amendments lack democracy, human rights, freedom of expression
8 defendants accused of terrorist membership in case linked to Hrant Dink murder
Erdogan says expulsion notice should have mentioned links of ex-players Hakan Sukur and Arif Erdem with FETO
In a live interview with CNN Turk,Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that it is necessary to amend Turkey's electoral law
Russian charge d'affaires invited to Foreign Ministry after soldier martyred at Syrian border post
Ankara prosecutor investigating Fetullah Terrorist Organization network inside Aselsan
'We cannot rely on another terrorist organization in our fight against ISIL,' Mevlut Cavusoglu says
Ahmet Aydin lends weight to referendum proposal to cut electoral candidates' age limit from 25 to 18 years
Eight months after the deadly July 15 coup attempt, many stories emerged of how everyday civilians died or were injured in their effort to oppose the coup. Can Cumurcu is one of them and relates his story to Patrick Kingsley of the New York Times
Turkey's Foreign Ministry says Kirkuk governorate decision to use KRG flag in official business may harm stability in Iraq
Turkey abolished the death penalty in 2004 but since the July 15 defeated coup, in which 248 people were killed, there have been calls for it to be reinstated
Search for other 29 suspects continues in probe of last July's defeated coup
'If the EU does not implement visa liberalization, we have three interconnected agreements' Cavusoglu says
Over 4,000 have been dismissed so far for suspected links to July 15, 2016, defeated coup: top judicial official
Mevlut Cavusoglu says France acted differently to other European states during recent diplomatic spats
Mevlut Cavusoglu says there is ‘no difference’ between social democrat and fascist parties in the Netherlands
Commission will hear cases of those sacked, suspended under post-coup attempt emergency law
Foreign Ministry says stories like Bild report that 'thrive on xenophobia and racism belong to garbage can of history'
Turkey on Wednesday threatened to scrap a critical deal on halting the flow of migrants to the EU amid a spiralling war of words between Ankara and the bloc.
Cavusoglu accuses West of backing terror groups
The court system, which allows for war crimes reparations, is the backbone of the peace deal the Santos administration reached in November with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia rebels.