World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's military said on Sunday it carried out air strikes on nine PKK militant targets in northern Iraq between June 22-24.
In a statement on its website, the military said most of the targets were in the Qandil region and were hideouts and caves belonging to Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants. It said all its planes had returned safely to their bases.
After Russia says Turkey should take first step, Turkish president says a Russian pilot's mistake ended up hurting ties
On East African tour with Turkey's president, foreign minister stresses strategic partnerships with African nations
Turkey's president will also visit Kenya as part of his four-day East African tour
However, US State Department says it will continue to support PYD-dominated militia alliance in Syria
Officers among eight detained in Ankara in investigation into 'parallel state', source says
Tomas Bocek says fact-finding mission will look for ways to help refugees in Turkey
Akar says army to continue anti-terror fight in Turkey until safety ensured for all
Greek food was influenced by Izmir, Istanbul and other areas, making it into an Ottoman-Balkan mixture, says famed Greek chef
Turkish dailies Tuesday cover return of civilians to their homes in SE district where curfew has been partially lifted
German parliament will vote on Thursday a resolution that aims to recognize 1915 events as 'genocide'
Breaking precedent, Turkey’s newly-appointed FM pays first official visit to war-battered Libya
MHP vice chairman says central executive board will not attend dissidents' congress
Fresh off winning its vote of confidence, govt spokesman stresses economic growth and ending terrorism, among other goals
Concerned about French security forces' harsh intervention, Turkey calls on officials to avoid using disproportionate force
Elimination of wage differential, glass-ceiling obstacles are requirement for equity, Emine Erdogan says