Turkey’s deadliest terror attack divides the country more than ever
The weekend's bombings are threatening to plunge Turkey, a key NATO member, into deeper instability.
Turkish author and Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk blames Erdogan for bringing country to brink
Turkey's leading writer warned the country could collapse into sectarian conflict and blamed President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Whoever bombed Ankara succeeded in further polarizing Turkish society
The government has made it clear that elections will still be held on Nov. 1. Let's hope there are no more opening acts.
Thousands rally in Ankara to remember victims of bombings
Suspected suicide bombers killed at least 95 people in twin bombings at a peace rally on Saturday, making it Turkey's deadliest attack in recent history.
Turkey mourns 95 dead in twin Ankara blasts
Suspected suicide bombers carried out the country's deadliest attack in recent history at a peace rally of leftist and pro-Kurdish activists.
A daily hustle to survive: This is the life of a Syrian refugee
The often unbearable existence of a Syrian refugee drives some to unthinkable acts.
Instead of making the dangerous boat trip to Europe, these Syrians staged a sit-in
'The healthy people go on boats. It’s too dangerous for us.'
Gazans pay tribute to Syrian toddler Aylan with sand sculpture
'It reminded me of the children of the Bakr family who were killed on the Gaza beach during the last war.'
UK's Cameron bows to pressure to take more Syrian refugees
The change in policy will apply to Syrians already living in refugee camps.
Vice reporters join dozens of journalists detained in Turkey
In 2012 and 2013, Turkey was the world’s biggest jailer of journalists. Media watchers worry terrorism charges against foreign reporters is a bad sign of things to come.
Turkey’s war in the east has killed 60 soldiers in a month. Their families blame the government
Government officials speak of the fallen soldiers as 'martyrs' who died defending their country. Mourning relatives say 'Let them send their own children!'
The devastating conflict in Syria is only getting worse
The violence continues to expand, drawing more and more nations and groups into the fight.
A Syrian soldier working with the US gave this interview weeks before his capture by Al Nusra
The capture of rebel brigade members by an Al Qaeda affiliate is a grave setback for the US train and equip program.
The US and Turkey are going to try to create an 'Islamic State-free zone'
It's not as simple as it might sound.
Turkey lets U.S. strike Islamic State from Incirlik base: U.S.
US-MIDEAST-CRISIS-USA-AIRBASE:Turkey lets U.S. strike Islamic State from Incirlik base: U.S.
Turkish army returns fire on Islamic State after soldier killed: officials
US-MIDEAST-CRISIS-TURKEY-JETS:Turkish army returns fire on Islamic State after soldier killed: officials
Turkey blames IS for suicide attack that killed 32 in Suruc
This is the first time the government has directly blamed the Islamic State for a strike inside Turkey.
The Islamic State is taking its fight to Turkey
Turkey says it will ramp up security after a suicide bomber strikes a Turkish town near the border.
Suicide bomber kills 31 in Turkey attack blamed on IS
A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 31 people Monday in an attack on a Turkish cultural centre where activists had gathered to prepare for an aid mission in the nearby Syrian town of Kobane.
Uber goes aquatic to bypass Istanbul's horrible traffic
'If we can get you a car in five minutes, we can get you anything in five minutes,' says one company executive.
Turkey holds security meet after speculation on Syria action
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan chaired a top security meeting Monday as media speculated that Ankara was planning a military intervention in Syria.
Kurdish forces have nearly taken a key Syrian town from IS. Meanwhile, civilians flee
The advance is a blow to the Islamic State, which had been battling to hold onto Tal Abyad and preserve its main supply line between Raqaa and the Turkish border.
Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu resigns after major election losses
He will remain in his post until a new government is formed.
Four killed in Turkey clashes between rival Kurds
The violence comes just days after contentious legislative elections.
In a historic shift, Turks elect Yazidis, Armenians and Roma candidates to parliament
The Kurds were not the only winners in this game-changing election.
Time for Turkey’s president to learn about sharing
For the first time since the ruling AKP came to power in 2002, Erdogan's party is now required to form a coalition government after slipping at the polls.
Turkey's LGBT community is fighting for acceptance through the ballot box
LGBT candidates are trying to take the community’s fight against discrimination from street activism into national politics for the first time.
Lacking a supportive community, many LGBT people in Turkey live double lives
Even with LGBT candidates running for parliament for the first time, the country is still far from welcoming lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Turks.
Turkey's Kurds are threatening Erdogan's quest for greater powers
The Turkish president wants greater powers. The Kurds stand in his way.
Turkey's Erdogan sues opposition chief over 'gold toilet seat' claim
He's seeking $37,300 in damages for slander.
Turkey's Erdogan challenges opposition to find his golden toilet seat
Erdogan moved into a controversial new 1,000-room palace after winning a presidential election last August. Now the opposition is trying to use his lavish home against him.