Consignment, which arrived Sunday, includes six fully-equipped ambulances
World Heritage Committee approve Diyarbakir Fortress and Hevsel Gardens in southeastern Turkey on the list
Turkey on Friday reappointed a former defence minister after his successor was elected as parliamentary speaker.
Thousands take to streets all over Turkey to protest China's alleged ban on Muslims fasting during Ramadan
Foreign Ministry statement offers sympathy to victims' families
Volkan Bozkir is closely watching developments in Greece since it directly effects Turkey as well
A temporary accommodation center has been established in the Suruc district of Turkey's southeastern Sanliurfa province that can host up to 35,000 people
Turkey's Foreign Ministry 'deeply concerned' over reports China banned Ramadan for Party members, including civil servants, students, teachers
Turkish Armed Forces on alert on Syria border
Int'l group looking at ways it can help Turkey's 'solution process' hopes to learn from Philippines peace process
'We wish God’s mercy on those who lost their lives,' Turkish Prime Ministry says
Turkey has sent nearly 2,000 vehicles full of humanitarian aid to Kobani since September 19, 2014
Turkey already had 10km of walls with its border but will be constructing more to crack down on illegal border crossings.
The Eastern Anatolian 6.5 km-long Mount Kop tunnel is being built between the eastern provinces of Bayburt and Erzurum
Turkish leaders dismiss speculation that ISIL entered border town from Turkey
Nearly 1 million people fly from Ankara to foreign destinations every year using Istanbul's two airports as a transit point
At least 6 people killed and 66 migrants have been rescued
Syrian youths living in Turkey say the only way to one day help rebuild their war-torn country is to study
'A larger possible instability in the region was prevented thanks to Turkey's support,' says Guterres
Refugee chief Guterres, goodwill ambassador Jolie thank Turkey for ongoing refugee response, urge world to take more action
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has slammed Charles Michel’s recognition of 1915 events as "genocide"