Last day of games in Azerbaijani capital sees 71 gold, 67 silver and 57 bronze medals for Turkey
On Sunday, Turkish athletes win 3 gold, 5 silver and 5 bronze medals in Baku, Azerbaijan
Asylum applications of ex-soldiers suspected of involvement in 2016 coup bid likely to raise tensions between Ankara, Berlin
Athletes win 5 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze medals in 2017 European Wrestling Championships in Serbia
The host nation has won 14 medals at 2017 European Karate event
In women's competition, Tuba Yakan also wins gold medal
Fetullah Gulen among 108 suspects named in investigation into alleged match-fixing scandals
Binali Yildirim vows to continue 'cleansing campaign' of FETO members embedded in public institutions
Tanrikulu, a former world champion and 2004 Olympics silver medalist, wants to represent Palestine in Rio Olympics 2016
Kristijan Durasek wins 51st Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey, Spanish cyclist Luis Mas Bonet claims final stage win.
The bus belonging to the Istanbul team was hit by a shotgun shell on the Black Sea coast of Turkey Saturday, injuring the driver
The assault against Fenerbahce football team's bus in Turkey’s north has been widely condemned, as the wounded bus driver remains hospitalized after suffering heavy bleeding.
Taha Akgul is awarded the title of best wrestler in the world in the 125-kilogram category
In the European Wrestling Championship in 2014, Turkish Greco-Roman wrestler, Riza Kayaalp won the gold
Election declaration of the Justice and Development (AK) Party focuses on inclusiveness, environmentalism, public utilities, and cultural and social services.
Tourists from Middle East and north Africa steadily increase every year.
A researcher with the University of British Columbia's Sea Around Us Project conducted more than 150 interviews with Turkish fishermen from May through July to determine how Turkey's fisheries have changed.
Turkish team enters as a wildcard after it failed to secure a World Cup berth in EuroBasket 2013.
The net minimum wage will be 846 Turkish liras for the first six months of 2014 with a raise of 5%.
Turkish PM Erdogan accused the opposition harshly saying "They don't care about corruption at all. ... They don't care about law or justice either. They only care about one thing: corroding the government, and going back to old Turkey."
Erdogan said he views the graft probe as a “dirty operation” with international links to undermine Turkey’s growing economic clout.