It will be the first time Turkey's head of state is elected by the voters and not by the parliament following a change of the constitution
Abdullah Gul told reporters under a recently passed law authorities could block access to material on such sites if a person's privacy is violated.
PM Erdogan warned voters ahead of March 30 local elections not to be swayed by an opposition bent on provocation, clashes and intrigue
Chairman of Turkey's biggest company Koc Holding said that in May 2013 he met with Fethullah Gulen, the U.S.-based Islamic cleric whom Erdogan has accused of orchestrating the latest plot against him and his government, but that they did not discuss "political designs".
Turkey’s Prime Minister Erdogan spoke during his campaign for the upcoming elections and criticized US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, saying "We will get in their cave to catch them"
Two people dismissed and five suspended from duty in wiretapping scandal exposed within last two days.
Gul approved a law changing the structure of Turkey's Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecuters. The judiciary bill will give the government more say in the naming of judges and prosecutors.
Erdogan reaffirms government plan to close private tutoring centers in favor of conventional private schools
Turkish President Gul receives Mo Yan, who won 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc said that the ruling party could change its rules to allow Erdogan to stand for a fourth term as prime minister.
Turkey's EU Minister and Chief Negotiator Mevlut Cavusoglu said that the U.S. should be the last nation to criticize Turkey's new Internet law.
Turkish President Gul signs controversial bill into law despite asking for revisions.
Erdogan says some in the police and the judiciary are receiving orders from a 'parallel state,' which he says aims to target the government.
Erdogan slams Turkish media for coverage of video suggesting that mother and baby were not assaulted during Gezi protests.
Zehra Develioglu, Turkish woman who claims she and her baby were assaulted in Gezi protests: 'I don't have to prove myself'
Turkish parliament approved a new judiciary law on Saturday.
Turkey's PM Erdogan and Spain's PM Rajoy spoke at the opening of a new Metro line in Turkey's capital, which a Spanish company helped building.
Turkey's justice minister says some articles withdrawn and remaining sections will be discussed in the General Assembly parliamentary session
Turkish PM Erdogan says internet law should help Turkey tackle "cyber bullying".
New Internet legislation will get cyberspace under control and make it safer and freer, according to Turkey PM.
Erdogan praised the sport complexes built for the organization, and expressed hopes that the games will serve as a symbol of peace and freedom.
Turkish lawmaker Ilhan Isbilen resigns from Turkey's ruling party.