It is the most significant visit by a foreign official to the country since last month’s failed coup
NATO stressed its ‘very clear position’ of continued support for Ankara a day after Erdogan visited Russia
On Tuesday Turkey warned the US not to sacrifice the two countries’ relations for the sake of the Pennsylvania-based preacher Fethullah Gulen
German politicians voiced concern on Sunday about the growing influence of Ankara
One week after a faction of the Turkish military staged a brief but abortive coup in which an estimated 246 people were killed
Security forces detained Hails Hanci in the Black Sea province of Trabzon describing him as the ‘right-hand man’ of Gulen
Allies have pledged support to Turkey following coup but concerns over purges have been expressed
Turkey purged its police after rounding up thousands of soldiers in the wake of a failed military coup.
He also said many commanders were taken to "unknown locations"
Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the United States should extradite opposition leader Fethullah Gulen who he blames for Friday's failed coup attempt
Bastille day celebrations have been cancelled in three Turkish cities for security reasons
But officials in Ankara say their expression of 'regret' was short of apologizing
Three suicide bombers opened fire at passengers with automatic rifles before blowing themselves up at Turkey’s biggest airport on Tuesday night
The announcements come after Turkey went on a major diplomatic charm offensive on Monday
The law, passed late on Thursday, gives expansive powers to the military as it tries to stamp out an insurgency by the Kurdistan Workers Party
He then pulled out a weapon and opened fire, killing three of his colleagues on the spot, while the fourth later succumbed to his wounds
'We would like and we want a normalization of our relations,' Kremlin spokesman Peskov said
A Turkish professor sparked controversy by branding poeple who don't pray as "animals."
A wounded police officer has died in a hospital after Wednesday's suicide car bombing.
A court convicted a former Miss Turkey of insulting President Erdogan through social media postings
Saudi Arabia and Turkey are both part of an international coalition against terrorism
An ISIS militant was killed after detonating explosives strapped to their body when Turkish police raided a militant cell in a house
Turkey’s presidential spokesman on Wednesday ruled out making changes to its counter-terror law demanded by the European Union
Ahmet Davutoglu told reporters that he would not utter a 'single word' from his former boss, President Erdogan
The reported move comes after rising tensions between President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Ahmet Davutoglu
The Turkish army shelled sites in northern Syria in response to cross-border rocket fire that hit a Turkish town and wounded several people,
Reports also said that Turkey has arrested two would-be ISIS suicide bombers
Turkey is ready to take another 200 migrants deported from the Greek islands
Cumhuriyet newspaper’s chief editor Can Dundar and Ankara representative Erdem Gul face life imprisonment if found guilty of charges of espionage
The deadly suicide car bomb attack that killed 35 people in the Turkish capital
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