Three Turks detained recently in Germany are not linked with Turkey's National Intelligence Organization, the Turkish foreign ministry says.
Meeting's main purpose is to discuss mechanisms that enable the International Organization of Turkic Culture to act together
Support in Turkey for its EU membership hits lowest levels in years, according to survey
Erdogan is bent on being a more powerful leader and is taking Turkey further away from Western standards on law and free speech, with its strategic geography allowing its allies to give it leeway.
Turkey and Iran both have the political will to fight terrorism, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has said in Tehran.
President Erdogan has invited a controversial U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen to Turkey to join his alleged team that was detained in a probe
A 17-year-old boy was shot dead during armed clashes between police and assailants in southeast Turkey overnight and one police officer was wounded
Eighteen still under arrest in the operation against the "parallel state" with alleged links to U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen.
Despite recent exchanges of criticism, EU calls cooperation with Turkey 'crucial.'
Turkey has declared a national day of mourning for Pakistan as a result of the bloody attacks that resulted in the deaths of 148 people most of them children.
The crackdown on media and police officials has roots in a complaint filed against the Gulen movement in 2011, a Turkish publishing house founder says.
"The EU should mind its own business and keep its opinions to itself," says Turkish president.
Kurnaz who was held in extrajudicial detention in Guantanamo accuses Obama of breaking his promise to close the infamous prison.
- Ali Babacan says Turkey wants to open a new forum called 'W20' during Turkey's G20 presidency to increase the number of women in employment.
“Media freedom, due process and judicial independence are key elements in every healthy democracy," says State Dept. spokeswoman
Turkish premier's remarks came as Sunday's crackdown on senior media figures and police officials linked to 'parallel state' continues in 13 cities.
Erdogan approves the judicial reform package which introduces a variety of measures that significantly change the judiciary
Turkish president claims pro-Kurdish HDP party is losing support over calls for street protests.
Melvut Cavusoglu and Evangelos Venizelos look to calm tension over Cyprus during talks in Greece
The director for the Ihsan Ilim Services and Assistance Foundation director, Abdullah Bukhari was assassinated in Istanbul.
Ziad Abu Ein suffocated to death Wednesday when he was exposed to Israeli tear gas in the West Bank town of Turmus Ayya.