More than 30 political parties will take part in national elections on June 7
Davutoglu addresses Turkish citizens and expatriates in a speech televised nationwide.
Humanitarian Relief Foundation has appealed against the International Criminal Court’s decision to not investigate Israel's deadly raid on Mavi Marmara in 2010.
Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag calls reports by international organizations regarding Turkish journalists being jailed for journalism "a smear campaign."
Turkey will not take any steps which would 'hurt the memories of martyrs,' president says.
Deputy Prime Minister Arinc and his delegation attend review to present Turkey's human rights policy and practices.
Cemil Cicek says Turkey is showing intense efforts to fix deficiencies.
The Netherland’s outgoing commander said Dutch patriot anti-ballistic missiles protected Adana around the clock for past 24 months.
Gunfire was heard at around noon Monday near Syria's Bab al-Hawa border crossing with Turkish authorities closing the Cilvegozu border for exit and entry due to security concerns until Tuesday
Birgul Ayman Guler submitted resignation letter to parliament's presidency.
During an official visit to Turkey, Hungarian FM Szijjarto discussed energy, trade and EU membership with Turkish counterpart.
Turkey’s Ministry of Education is working on a program to replace schools run by the Gulen movement abroad and will soon complete the task,Turkish President says.
Turkey calls for tolerance and enhanced understanding between religions and cultures, says Turkish ambassador to the UN.
Turkish president says terror has no religion and is form of murder.
Davutoglu says investigation is underway but there are no signs yet showing the attack solely targeted Turkish delegation.
Osman Nihat Sen is accused of “spying,” “destroying the union of the state” and “irregular listening of cryptographic and ordinary phones.”
President Erdogan has said terrorists and terrorist groups can never be representatives of Muslims or the Islamic world.
Two police officers were sentenced to 10 years prison for their role in the death of Ali Ismail Korkmaz, a university student who was killed during nationwide protests.
Turkish experts believe International Criminal Court’s decision to launch inquiry into possible Israeli war crimes in Palestine will pressure Israel to act differently.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has said the two countries will always stand shoulder to shoulder against challenges they face in the continent.
Turkish prime minister has invited Armenians to make 2015 a year of peace by reviving their historical ties.