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US medics in Afghanistan say they are facing a harrowing new Taliban tactic.
Analysis: At NATO summit, missile defense leaves Turkey caught between Iran and the West.
Washington and Ankara gear up for some last minute missile diplomacy. A suicide bomb rocks Taksim Square. Native Americans may soon have more in common with Turkey than Thanksgiving. Ankara hits back after the U.S. Federal Reserve pumped the market with liquidity. And the case of Oktay Eksi.
In a sign of its rising influence, Turkey dazzles Middle East consumers.
Some universities in Turkey ignore ban on hijab, the Islamic headscarf, in public spaces.
Hasankeyf, one of the oldest continuously inhabited places on Earth, may be washed away.
Referendum brings celebrated democratic reform. But some wonder at what cost.
A Palestinian seeks asylum in Turkey with the help of a knife, toy gun and a can of petrol. Orthodox Christians gather for mass at the Sumela Monastery for the first time in 80 years. It's business as usual for Turkey and Israel despite their suffering relationship. Is Turkey really “Europe’s BRIC”? With the World Basketball Championship about to begin, Turkey looks to gain some points – on and off the court.
Turkey's Islamic schools, managed by its secular government, are becoming a model for non-secular countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan.
More people dying in clash between Turkey and Kurdish rebels than in Afghan war.
Torture in Turkey is nothing new, but does the jailing of a senior official signal change?
The Gaza flotilla raids made life a lot harder for Jews in Turkey.
A small-budget film on one of Turkey's darkest chapters represents a leap forward for Kurds.
He can't offer orgies, but the owner of Turkey's first nudist hotel promises good times.
Regional rival Turkey offers diplomatic support and hope for Greek financial institutions.
Turkey is stuck dab in the middle when it comes to Iran's nuclear aims and the West's efforts to stymie them.
Ankara university's virtual classroom draws on swiftly changing technology.
How the efforts of a small but effective Armenian lobby helped bring the US and Turkey to diplomatic blows.
As Armenians stop to reflect on Ottoman-era mass killings, a survivor quietly moves on.
US scholar-turned-writer Jenny White uses crime, passion and political foment to decipher Turkey.