World Bulletin / News Desk
The militant Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) kidnapped the Justice and Development Party's (AK Party) Hakkari provincial head on Monday.
Mecit Tarhan, who has been working as the AK Party provincial head for two terms, was kidnapped by the militants early on Monday. He had been receiving threats constantly, according to initial reports.
The PKK also abducted Republican People's Party (CHP) deputy Hüseyin Aygün last month in Tunceli province, releasing him after two days of captivity.
Land Forces Commander Hulusi Akar appointed a new military supremo
Turkey's offensive against the outlawed Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK) and ISIL is 'right and justified', presidential spokesman says
Wednesday’s newspapers covered government coalition talks plus the killing of three soldiers in southern Turkey
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) on Aug. 3 has placed sanctions on 13 companies and institutions for their role in the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Manned and unmanned aircraft will being a campaign to battle ISIL, in a statement by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu
Energy minister Taner Yildiz has said that the gas supply was a result of a terrorist attack by the PKK and it will not go "unpunished".
A Turkish couple in the border town of Kilis, broke tradition and invited more than 4,000 Syrian refugees for their wedding party.
EU's enlargement commissioner concerned over tensions between Turkish army and outlawed PKK
Turkish ‘Muslim-friendly' venture part of global $145bn market for religiously observant travellers
Turkish Stream project talks are on hold is due to factors from both Russia and Turkey
A homemade mine planted by PKK militants has exploded killing three soldiers.
The US Department of Defence has launched ISR missions using the Incirlik base in Turkey
'We want to see these attacks cease', says State Deptartment
Source says discusses plight of Uighur and Rohingya at precursor to 48th Foreign Ministerial Meeting of Association of Southeast Asian Nations
A new EU sponsored public opinion poll has revealed that 40 percent people think EU membership would be 'bad' for Turkey