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.
NGOs say parliamentary motion on ‘genocide’ claims aims at slandering Turkey, not reconciliation between Turks and Armenians.
German police arrest two Turkish citizens suspected of supporting terror networks in Syria in large operation against alleged radicals in Berlin.
Imams of Turkish immigrant community to visit media companies in solidarity after Charlie Hebdo attacks.
A Turkish business owner was stabbed in the arm by three right wing extremists after he told them his business was closed for the evening.
Another German state has signed a state treaty, officially recognising Muslim holidays as public state holidays.
Security officials are warning of an increase in hate crimes, while opinion polls show support for the marchers' calls for a tougher German immigration policy.
In the survey by TNS for Spiegel magazine, 65 percent said the chancellor's right-left coalition was not taking current record levels of immigration and asylum seekers seriously enough.
Dilek Kolat becomes first ethnic-Turk to be appointed a state deputy prime minister in Germany
The Christian Social Union's proposal to force all immigrants to speak German does not belong to the German governments programme, says Merke's spokesman.
A new survey in Germany has revealed that many Germans are against circumcision of children and also they oppose construction of mosques in the country.
Thousands of mourners have attended the funeral ceremony of a German student of Turkish descent, who was brutally attacked by thugs on Nov. 15.
Germany's President Gauck says Tugce Albayrak "had demonstrated civil courage."
Racism expert says Germany should come to grips with problems of structural racism and denial
German government spokesman Steffen Seibert said “We are weighing this light of caricature art and freedom of thought"
Families of Turkish immigrants killed by far-right terror cell continue to seek answers over neo-Nazi murders three years after disclosure of its existence
Germany's Ambassador summoned to Foreign Ministry over publication of a caricature of Turks in a German school book.
Turkish Foreign Ministry says it is 'unacceptable' to use cartoon to examine so-called adaptation issues of Turkish immigrants in Germany.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says domestic intelligence is going through reforms following its failures in preventing neo-Nazi murders between 2000 and 2007
German State of Bremen grants Alevism legal religious rights, the same status as Judaism and Christianity, separately from Islam