Turkish think-tank ORSAM released a report to underline the miserable situation of Iraqi Turkmen.
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan discussed the Israel-Gaza in an exclusive interview with CNN, and accused Israel of being a “terror state”.
Turkish FM Ahmet Davutoglu postponed a trip to France and left for Qatar in an effort to reach ceasefire between Israel and Gaza.
"The U.S., Turkey, Qatar and Egypt have been working for the last five days to ensure an immediate ceasefire," Ahmet Davutoglu said
Turkey called on citizens to immediately leave Libya and avoid non-essential travel after airports were closed down due to shelling.
'We will continue to remind the world of the blood of innocent Palestinian infants and children,' Turkish PM Erdogan said.
Turkey's Deputy PM Bulent Arinc said a ceasefire must be declared at once between Palestine and Israel and demanded an end to the Israeli blockade of Gaza.
Erdogan said all international actors should condemn such inhuman attacks of Israel on innocent children in Gaza.
Turkish carriers will not fly to Israel's Ben Gurion Airport in the next 24 hours.
Tuesday’s phone conversation was the second between the two officials within 24 hours and the third in five days.
The US again slammed Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s recent remarks in which he compared Israel’s military attacks on Gaza Strip to the acts of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Turkish president calls for urgent ceasefire as country starts three days of mourning for Gaza dead.
Turkey's government announced a three-day period of national mourning, starting on Tuesday, in a show of solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza.
'We strongly condemn this massacre, which has reached the cruelest level in collective punishment,' says Turkey's foreign ministry.
Erdogan criticized Egypt's al-Sisi, accusing him of blocking humanitarian aid to the blockaded Gaza Strip.
Turkish President Abdullah Gul blamed Israel for 'planting the seeds of hatred' and causing radicalization.
Israel has announced it will reduce the number of diplomatic staff in Turkey after the Israeli consulates in Ankara and Istanbul were attacked by protestors last night.
Turkey will call for emergency meeting over Israel's ground operation to UN Security Council, Organization of the Islamic Conference and UN Commission on Human Rights.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said: “The Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip are ethnic killing and a crime against humanity."
Under pressure by US Senator John McCain, John Bass said that the Turkish PM is "drifting towards authoritarianism".
Iraqi Kurdish leader Barzani held separate talks with Turkish President Abdullah Gul, PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.