Whispers of a US conspiracy swirl in the Turkish president’s home neighborhood
Residents in the Kasimpasa area of Istanbul blame the failed military coup on either the United States, a Turkish cleric in exile in Pennsylvania, or some combo of the two.
Turkish 'unity' rally condemns coup amid torture claims
Many thousands of Turks massed Sunday for the first cross-party rally to condemn the coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, amid a purge of suspected state enemies.
Women are being silenced in Turkey's crackdown
Some women’s groups say they are being specifically targeted. On Twitter, many women are reporting an increase in harassment on the streets.
Turkey suspends 15,000 education staff after failed coup
The ministry said the suspensions were linked to the "Fethullah Terrorist Organisation," which is how it labels the network of followers of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Germany slams 'revolting scenes' in Turkey and warns on death penalty
Chancellor Angela Merkel's spokesman Steffen Seibert said a return of capital punishment in Turkey 'would mean the end of EU membership talks.'
Turkey's coup failed, but it can still hurt the fight against the Islamic State
The US had to temporarily halt operations at Turkey's air base. Now the purge of thousands of Turkish military staff is expected to hurt its NATO abilities.
Why Turkey just had an attempted coup
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has survived a military coup. Here's what happened.
Thousands rally for Turkey president after coup fails
Thousands took to the streets of Turkey Saturday in support of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after authorities crushed a military coup that claimed at least 265 lives.
Up to 300,000 Syrians could get Turkish citizenship
The plan aims to keep wealthy and educated Syrians in the country, a Turkish newspaper reported on Saturday.
Istanbul airport attack toll rises to 45
The death of a Jordanian child brought the toll from this week's Istanbul airport attack to 45, media reported Saturday, as a scare sparked fresh jitters in Turkey's biggest city.
These three charts will help you understand Turkey's terrorist attacks
Terrorist attacks in Turkey have become more frequent and brutal. But the attack at Istanbul airport on Tuesday is only the most recent.
Turkey's tourism is only going downhill from here
Tourist numbers were already sinking faster than they had since violence in the 1990s. Now, with the Ataturk Airport attack and other terror strikes, they're going to get worse.
Witnesses recount panic, horror of Istanbul airport carnage
"He's shooting up, two times, and he's beginning to shoot people like that, like he was walking like a prophet."
13 detained over Istanbul airport attack
Turkey on Thursday detained 13 suspected Islamic State jihadists over the deadly Istanbul airport attack, as chilling details emerged of how suicide bombers launched their assault.
PKK claims attack on police in southeast Turkey
At least 17 people were killed in bombings blamed on Kurdish militants in the southeast and mega-city Istanbul.
Bomb attack on police kills 11 in Istanbul
Police have detained four suspects over an Istanbul car bombing that targeted a police bus on Tuesday, killing 11 people in the third deadly attack to strike Turkey's biggest city this year.
Why Germany's recognition of Armenian genocide is such a big deal
The German parliament's decision is all the more groundbreaking because it was a politician of Turkish descent who pushed it through.
Merkel arrives in southeast Turkey to ease tensions of migrant deal
Prior to its enforcement almost three weeks ago, Merkel lobbied European leaders to back the deal to return thousands of migrants from the Greek islands to Turkey.
These are the key points of the controversial EU-Turkey deal on refugees
The European Union and Turkey sealed a deal on Friday to curb an unprecedented flow of migrants to Europe in exchange for concessions to Ankara.
The big questions behind the EU's migrant deal with Turkey
Here's one: Is the plan to send back all migrants arriving in Greece legal?
Turkish opposition newspaper turns pro-government after state takeover
A day after Turkey's top-selling newspaper Zaman was taken over by the state, it published flattering stories on President Erdogan.
Turkey blames Syrian Kurdish fighters for Ankara attack
Turkey on Thursday blamed Kurdish militants based inside the country and in Syria for a car bombing targeting a military convoy in Ankara that killed 28 people and risked a new escalation of the Syrian conflict.
Turkey strikes Kurd, regime forces in Syria, mulls ground attack
'If there is a strategy [against the Islamic State], then Turkey and Saudi Arabia could enter into a ground operation,' Turkey's foreign minister said.
One Turkish town has done so much for Syrian refugees it’s up for the Nobel Peace Prize
'There is no difference between us,' says Halil, the owner of a cafe frequented by Syrians.
The brutal offensive on Aleppo, as told by the Syrians who survived it
Turkish hospitals are filling up with victims.
Merkel’s trip to Turkey highlights a major problem with Europe’s refugee policy
The EU wants to shut out refugees but is pressuring Turkey to take care of more of them.
The latest crisis in the ongoing human tragedy that is the Syrian civil war
A Russian-backed Syrian offensive in Aleppo has sent tens of thousands of civilians fleeing to the Turkish border. Now they have nowhere to go.
20,000 Syrians stranded at Turkey border after Aleppo siege
Up to 20,000 Syrians fleeing a government advance in northern Aleppo province have gathered at a border crossing with Turkey, the United Nations said on Friday.
At least 37 dead, including children, as migrant boat sinks off Turkey
The Turkish coastguard on Saturday recovered the bodies of women and children washed up on a beach after yet another migrant boat sank while trying to reach Europe, leaving at least 37 dead.
In Turkey, now an 'obscene hand gesture' can land you in jail
A Turkish court on Wednesday sentenced a woman to almost a year in jail for making an obscene hand gesture at President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
IS suicide bomber kills 10 tourists in Istanbul
A Syrian suicide bomber struck the heart of Istanbul's busiest tourist district, killing 10 people, most of them Germans, in the latest deadly attack blamed on Islamic State jihadists.