Bullets were fired at main office of the HDP office based in Ankara
IMF Managing Director Lagarde and World Bank President Kim have congratulated Turkey's 'powerful' and 'honest' G20 presidency.
Turkish President criticizes UN Security Council's response to world turmoil during speech in Kazakhstan.
Excavations in eastern Turkey show thousands of Muslims were massacred by Armenian gangs in 1918, say research experts.
Ferhat Yildiz was sentenced to prison for 11 years and eight months in an Istanbul court today
Turkey rejects European Parliament’s resolution recognizing 1915 events as "genocide", Davutoglu tells EU Parliament president in telephone call.
The Turkish military has blamed the incident in Turkey’s southeastern Sirnak province on the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party.
Turkish Minister Bozkir says he will return resolution letter on 1915 incidents 'without even opening it'.
The European parliament is due later on Wednesday to debate a resolution to mark the 100th anniversary of the killing of as many as 1.5 million Armenians.
Friends of Turkey, MEPs, says pressure to recognize 1915 events is a hurdle to reconciliation between Turkey, Armenia.
Human rights court awards further compensation to prisoners hurt in 2000 security operation.
The HDP, which is for the first time taking part in parliamentary elections as a party instead of being represented by independent candidates, needs to surpass a 10 percent threshold to get represented in Parliament.
Ankara chief prosecutor accuses suspects of forming a 'parallel state' and working secretively to gain control of Turkish government.
Detainees include 86 Syrians, six Chinese who tried to cross illegally into Turkey from Syria.
Abdul Basir Noorzai alleged to have provided financial services to Taliban commanders.
Foreign ministry decree designates female ambassadors to Tanzania, Guinea, Gabon, Belarus and Estonia.
Peoples' Democratic Party to announce election manifesto on April 21 in Istanbul.
Turkish foreign minister says the country maintains its contact with Gulf and Arab countries, all working to end the chaos in Yemen.
Anadolu Agency's correspondent gains access to Syrian intelligence documents about Turkish army, refugees in Turkey and opposition forces.
Ties between the two former allies have been strained since then Egyptian army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisitoppled elected President Mursi of the Muslim Brotherhood in 2013 after mass protests against his rule.
Chief prosecutor points to 'concrete evidence' that 'terrorist group' is working to seize control of government.