Cüneyt Yıldız, the district mayor of Gürsu, was taken to Bursa Şevket Yılmaz Training and Research Hospital
Turkey has appointed Mehmet Akarca as new Supreme Court of Appeals.
Blasts have been heard at a Kurdish party office in the Turkish city of Adana, injuring two people.
The lawyers for the Mavi Marmara say they are hopeful court will soon decide to put on trial those who ordered 2010 deadly attack on Gaza aid flotilla
The country's top judicial watchdog has dismissed four prosecutors and a judge for their involvement in the 17-25 December operations.
A funeral service will be held tomorrow for former Turkish military junta leader Kenan Evren. There will be no government representatives at his funeral.
Police chiefs have been arrested in raids across 16 provinces as part of 'parallel state' operation.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses rallies in the German city of Karlsruhe and the Belgium city of Hasselt and has said for voters to use their votes wisely.
The Sept. 12, 1980, military coup led by the deceased, Kenan Evren, was known as the bloodiest military intervention in Turkey's history.
The former Turkish President and retired general Kenan Evren is in critical condition at the Ankara Military Medical Academy.
The Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) have submitted a request to the Turkish Constitutional Court asking for Turkish President to be silenced claiming that the President is breaching impartiality rules in run-up to election.
A Mavi Marmara lawyer says human rights court has decided to hear from all those onboard during 2010 Israeli operation.
Turkish dailies have reported that a security manager Sinan Seyfettinoglu, who works at the American Consulate in Adana, is allegedly involved in spying in Turkey.
Erdogan criticizes pro-Kurdish party's mayors for not greeting him at airport during speeches in Diyarbakir and Batman.
On Friday Cavusoglu told Turkish daily, Sabah, that the U.S. and Turkey share the view of a Syria without President Bashar Assad.
Turkey granted island aid in past decade to facilitate budget balance and help pay for large portion of public expenditures.
Iconic Taksim Square blocked off as Turkey's largest city hosts Labor Day demonstrations.
Police take extensive security measures as Turkey's largest city readies itself for Labor Day demonstrations.
Suspects, including members of Taksim Solidarity, had been accused of 'establishing an organization to commit an offense and attending illegal meetings.'
Turkey's President Erdogan says Kuwait and Turkey want stability, prosperity and peace in the region, ahead of his upcoming visit to the Gulf nation.
Meeting will explore Kurdish involvement in establishing peace across Middle East