Turkey condemned the forceful removal of the Ukrainian flag in the Crimean Tatar Mejlis by a group with unmarked military uniforms.
Turkey's President Gul calls for further cooperation with New Zealand on economy and commerce as he hosts New Zealand Governor-General Mateparae.
Turkey's foreign minister says the country is ready to help in any way it can to resolve the crisis in Ukraine and will support any initiatives.
Turkey has promised to help Crimean Tatars maintain their cultural and linguistic identity in the hope that their language will officially be recognized.
The Turkish government sponsors a number of charity and development projects in the Gaza Strip.
Ankara's current efforts towards streamlining trade are aimed at fully widening scope of business with Iran, says Turkish Development Minister at Tehran forum.
The massacre of Muslims in the Central African Republic has been compared to the genocides in Bosnia and Rwanda.
The 'Invest in Italy' conference in Istanbul heard of a huge discrepancy in Turkish-Italian investment.
HAVELSAN, which is partly owned by a Turkish Armed Forces-linked foundation, has a logn history in training defense and communications industries in Turkey and other countries in military software systems.
Turkey's International Cooperation and Development Agency has provided a Montenegrin children’s special needs center with a sensory room.
The U.S. House Speaker John Boehner said the evaluation of the 1915 events should be left to historians.
Turkey's Foreign Ministry reiterated its support for crisis-stricken Ukraine in the run-up to its presidential elections.
Turkey's minister to the EU hopes 2014 will see progression in Turkey's accession to the EU.
Turkish FM Ahmet Davutoglu, slammed the "lack of strong international response" to last year's chemical weapons attack, which killed nearly fourteen hundred people.
Trade volume between Turkey and Senegal reached $125 million in 2013, up from $19.4 million in 2002.
Wednesday's attack on the Turkish Embassy in Mogadishu injured three construction workers.
Turkey's foreign minister attended a meeting of the Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative in Japan.
Turkey to participate in NATO's defense of eastern countries' Russian borders.
Turkey replaces its ambassadors in Ivory Coast, Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina and South Sudan.
Turkey does not want Ukraine instability to start a domino effect in and around the Black Sea, Ahmet Davutoglu said.
Turkey's Economy Minister says Ankara and Sarajevo have been working to expand their bilateral agreement.