The EU on Monday revived Turkey’s membership bid, opening negotiations on a new ‘chapter,’ or rules
The Turkmens are ethnic kin of the Turks and Ankara has been particularly angered by what it says is Russian targeting of them in Syria
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said his government was considering retaliatory sanctions against Moscow
Migrants may face abuse or be forced to rely on ‘unscrupulous smugglers’, says Human Rights Watch
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said his Turkey wants to prevent incidents like the downing of a Russian warplane by Turkish jet
Alexis Tsipras posted to his counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu needling him about Turkey’s downing of a Russian jet
The EU offered Ankara three billion euros to help Syrian refugees in return for Turkish help in stemming migrant flows
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu named a respected former finance minister and banker to run the economy offering some reassurance to investors
Turkish stocks dropped as much as 2 percent after Turkish jets shot down a Russian-made warplane near the Syrian border
Turkey called for an immediate end to the Russian military operation near the Turkish border
Greek Prime Minister Alexi Tsipras will urge Turkish leaders to impose stricter controls on human smuggling into Europe after the Paris attacks
Turkey’s Islamist-rooted AK Party swept to an unexpected victory in elections on Sunday
‘How could you not love such a government?’ he asked as AKP supporters cheered.
The drone was downed on Friday after it continued on its flight path despite three warnings, the Turkish military said
Merkel held a joint news conference with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Istanbul
Turkish PM warned on Saturday that ‘whoever violates our borders, we will give them the necessary answer’
Images on social media appeared to show the body of Birlik, 24, being dragged by the neck behind an armoured vehicle through the streets of Sirnak
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said only two of Russia’s 57 air strikes in Syria had hit ISIS militants
Turkey has been Assad’s most outspoken critic since Syria descended into bloodshed in 2011
The resignations were seen as dealing a further setback to the peace process and ceasefire between the government and PKK
Turkish security forces and the outlawed PKK have traded fire on a near daily basis since a two-year-old ceasefire fell apart in late July
In the June election, the AKP lost its overall majority in the 550-seat parliament for the first time since coming to power
The proposal comes three days ahead of an August 23 deadline for forming a new government
If no new coalition partner is found by the end of next week, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to use his right to call for early election
Erdogan could dissolve Davutoglu's caretaker cabinet and call for the formation of an interim 'election government' if no deal is reached
Davutoglu’s voice descends into a more somber tone as he begins to talk about the soldier
Turkey’s nationalist opposition made clear on Friday it would not roll over and back a minority government, making President Tayyip ...
Expectations of a snap election in November are growing within Turkey’s ruling AK Party, officials say, with its leadership emboldened by recent ...
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the killing in Mus province but suspicions fell on the PKK
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu needs to find a junior coalition partner after a June 7 election left his ruling AK Party without a parliamentary majority
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