The Syrian and Turkey conflict decoded: Three questions with Peter Gelling
What does this overflowing conflict mean for the rest of the world and what does NATO have to do with it?
NATO ready to defend Turkey from Syria attacks
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the military alliance was ready to defend Turkey after repeated exchanges of fire with Syria.
Turkey defies Iraq with aircraft attacks on rebel areas: reports
Turkey reportedly bombed rebel areas in Iraq overnight.
Syria and Turkey continue artillery exchange for 6th consecutive day
The Turkish government has been bolstering its forces along the 560-mile border after a Syrian shell killed five Turkish citizens on Wednesday.
Syria, Turkey clash for fifth straight day
No letup to border violence between Turkey and Syria.
Turkish military fired back after Syrian shell lands in its Hatay province
Turkey's military has returned fire after a mortar from Syria landed in its territory, according to news reports.
Syria is 'spinning out of control' and the Turks need help
A former US ambassador urges NATO to support a member state.
From Turkey, more strong words for Syria
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan issued another warning to Syria Friday, saying the two countries were "not far" from war.
Suspects in Libya ambassador killings held in Turkey, reports say
Two suspects connected to the deaths of Libya ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others have been detained in Turkey.
Chatter: Mitt Romney "completely wrong" about the 47 percent
Mitt Romney admits to being "completely wrong" about 47 percent of US voters, the UN Security Council says violence in Syria is threatening its neighbors, and the world's least-secret secret agent turns 50.
Chatter: Is Syria's war spreading to Turkey?
Tension flares on the Syrian-Turkish border, Mitt Romney wins round one, and Mexico gets an incongruous new landmark.
Did Syria's war just expand to Turkey?
Syrian mortar fire struck a town across the border, killing five. Turkey fired back, raising fears of a cross-border escalation.
Turkey's Erdogan takes Russia, China, Iran to task over Syria conflict
Erdogan on Syria: "Assad's days are numbered."
Turkey: Erdogan hints at talks with Kurdish rebel movement
Turkish PM open to talks with PKK, blames France, Germany for supporting the conflict.
Turkey explosion kills 7
A vehicle carrying Turkish security forces in an eastern province exploded Tuesday, killing six of them as well as a civilian walking on the road.
Innocence of Muslims protests spread to Athens, Greece
Marchers shout "All we have is Mohammad" during Athens' Innocence of Muslims demonstration.
Sledgehammer: Turkey court convicts more than 300 in coup trial
A Turkish court found more than 300 active and retired military officers guilty of plotting to overthrow the nation's Islamic-based government in 2003.
Turkey convicts more than 300 soldiers in coup trial (VIDEO)
Turkey convicted more than 300 soldiers and military commanders of plotting to overthrow the government.
Syrian rebels capture strategic border crossing into Turkey
Rebels gain important 3rd border crossing into Turkey as strategic foothold, supply route.
Syria crisis: Middle East heavyweights hold Cairo meeting
Middle East heavyweights Egypt, Turkey and Iran met in Cairo today to discuss the Syria crisis.
75 Kurdish rebels killed in southeast Turkey
Around 75 Kurdish rebels have been killed in week-long clashes against Turkey's security forces, according to officials.
Rare suicide bombing strikes Turkey's Istanbul, 1 killed
Turkey rocked by deadly Istanbul bombing.
Turkey puts 44 journalists on trial for terrorism
Turkey's biggest case against members of the press began Monday.
Tariq al-Hashemi, fugitive Iraq vice president, sentenced to death
Iraq's Sunni vice president fled to Turkey to avoid murder charges.
Turkish woman decapitated rapist to restore her honor
A Turkish woman decapitated a man who she says raped her. She is now seeking an abortion.
Bashar al-Assad: No buffer zones, Syria needs time to defeat rebels
In a rare public appearance, Bashar al-Assad dismissed buffer zones and said he needed more time to defeat rebel forces.
Turkey closes its borders to fleeing Syrians (VIDEO)
78,000 Syrian refugees have entered Turkey since the beginning of the conflict, the highest number of any neighboring country.
Turkey: Preparing for the big one
Istanbul is redeveloping neighborhoods to protect against a potential earthquake. But critics say the city is interested in more money, not more safety.
Kurdish militants kidnap Turkish MP
Kurdistan Worker's Party blamed for kidnapping of Republican People's Party parliamentarian Huseyin Aygun
US and Turkey 'prepare for fall of Assad regime'
Clinton and Turkish FM plan for inevitable fall of Assad regime.
Syria: The Kurdish conundrum
Syria’s Kurds are moving to establish an autonomous region in the north, adding yet another level of complexity to the conflict.