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It isn't fast, but the Güney Expresi affords passengers a view of another Turkey altogether.
Turkey has thousands of landmines on its border with Syria. Will it sacrifice national sovereignty to get rid of them?
Convert to religion and win! That's the premise of a new show offering a vacation with every salvation.
A small step for the oil trade, a giant leap for Iraq.
Interview: How the U.S. and Mexico can learn to get along — just like the EU and Turkey do.
There are signs that Turkey, which has long straddled East and West, may be acceding to its Ottoman past and Arab neighbors.
As the financial crisis further limits their options, buyers are looking to one long-neglected — and surprisingly current — market.
The outlawed PKK isn't the only pro-Kurdish party in Ankara's sights.
Skirting religion and convention, Turkish women are taking to the soccer pitch.
Obama is saying all the right things to Turkey, but advisers are keenly aware that if he touches the Armenian issue all bets are off.
They do not pray in mosques, and align themselves with secular society: meet the Alevi Turks.
In tough times, tea houses have become sanctuaries for the unemployed and retired.
Nation of Muslims looks forward to improved relations with US.
For Turkish youth, it's not what you wear: it's how and why you wear it.
A helicopter crash has led to a suspension of last-minute campaigning ahead of the elections.
Withdrawal via Turkey could test some of Obama's campaign promises.
As global investment opportunities dwindle, Ankara goes on a financial safari.
Jerusalem, capital of the Holy Land, is central to three of the world's great religions.
Why a politician risked jail when he spoke publicly in his native language, Kurdish.
Four in 10 women are beaten by their husbands, according to a recent study. Only a handful speak out.