How Al Qaeda’s assassination of a Syrian rebel might actually help the opposition
Syrian rebel infighting could boost the opposition’s chances of receiving help from the west.
Lessons for Egypt and Turkey: democracy is more than winning elections
Commentary: Military coups do not advance the cause of democracy.
Bombing in Turkey wounds 6
Most of the victims were between 16 and 17 years old.
What we're protesting today
George Zimmerman, the Bangladesh war crimes tribunal and bad working conditions in Taiwan, to name a few.
Iran, Turkey call for cease fire in Syria during Ramadan
Despite differing views on the conflict in Syria, Turkey and Iran come together to call for a peaceful Ramadan.
GlobalPost interview: US policy in Syria is flawed, says ex-rebel premier
Following his resignation as prime minister of the Syrian National Council, Ghassan Hitto talks to GlobalPost about arms, US policy and his country's future.
Turkey's anti-government protesters break Ramadan fast together with big Istanbul street dinner
Thousands of anti-government sympathizers break bread together in the restive Turkish capital.
Turkish political party rejects their own bill after thinking it was the other side's idea
Proof that politics is the absolute worst, and that in power, people are nothing but hypocrites.
10 amazing McDonald's commercials that explain the world
The golden arches may fulfill a similar longing across the globe, but the way they do it is decidedly different from country to country.
Turkey condemns Cairo shooting, calls it "massacre"
The military blamed the bloodshed on a "terrorist group" that tried to storm the compound.
Morsi's ouster in Egypt sends chill through political Islam
The popular uprising and military power that brought Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood to its knees is worrying political Islamist movements across the region.
Turkish military and PKK militants clash
Kurdistan Workers Party militants claim to have killed a soldier in southeast Turkey after a Kurdish protester was killed last week.
17 disturbing things Snowden has taught us (so far)
What is the extent of the information Edward Snowden has leaked? The consequences? We break it down.
Taksim Square: Turkish Court reverses disputed park project
A court decision showed the project had violated preservation rules around the historic square.
Istanbul is quiet, Erdogan weakened, but so is the opposition
Commentary: Modern Turkey will have more rough moments but a good outcome.
Brazil’s brand is battered, but it’s no Turkey
Analysis: Bruised by massive protests, Brazil can still retain its spot as the South American darling of investors.
One killed as security forces disperse Turkey protesters
One person was killed in Turkey on Friday as security forces fired shots to disperse hundreds of people protesting the expansion of an army outpost.
Turkey's Twitter problem
The battle between Turkey’s government and protesters goes cyber.
Turkey's EU bid delayed by protest crackdown
Turkey's response to protests may jeopardize its long-sought membership in the bloc.
3 startling examples of police brutality in Turkey
Here's three examples of police brutality in Turkey, starting with a shocking attack on three young protesters who are sitting in a parking garage.
Turkey: Police disperse thousands of demonstrators in Istanbul square
Some 10,000 protesters gathered in Istanbul's Taksim Square, many to attend a ceremony for four people killed in the recent unrest.
Germany, Turkey argue about riots, European Union application
Countries summon each other's ambassadors after Angela Merkel calls Turkey's response to Taksim Square riots "very tough."
Turkish reporter defends fake interview with CNN's Amanpour as 'just sarcasm'
But Amanpour is not amused.
11 'Standing Man' photos from around the world
A Turkish man has inspired many by standing still in protest. People all over the world have begun imitating his pose out of solidarity.
On Location Video: Damming the Tigris
As Turkish dams threaten to starve Iraq of water, the first casualty may be an ecological treasure that's home to one of the world's oldest cultures.
Report: Turkish police detain protesters suspected of violence
Turkish news reports say police are detaining people suspected of involvement in violence against police during a wave of anti-government protests.
Here's what people are protesting about today
Protests are ongoing all over the world. Here's why.
Turkey protests: Why the state portrays Turkish protesters as 'others'
Commentary: A cultural trait that enables Erdogan to create polar divisions within country.
British government monitored foreign officials' communications at 2009 G20 summit
Foreign officials had their computers monitored and phone calls intercepted at London's G20 summit, according to a Guardian report.
Turkish labor union strikes protest police crackdown
Unions in Turkey called on their 800,000 workers to strike in protest of the overnight police crackdown on anti-government demonstrations.
Turkey: Police crack down on protests ahead of Erdogan rally
Turkish police fired tear gas and water cannons in an attempt to keep protesters from regrouping in Taksim Square ahead of a rally for Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan supporters.