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.
Turkey: Erdogan freezes Gezi Park project until court ruling
Protestors win a small victory after the Turkish government agrees to put plans to redevelop Gezi Park on hold pending a court ruling.
Turkey may call referendum on Gezi Park, says ruling AK party
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's AK party says the Turkish government might call a referendum to decide whether to proceed with controversial plans to develop Istanbul's Gezi Park.
On Location Ankara: Turkey's great divide
Women on both sides of Turkey's protests speak out.
Chatter: Turkey's Erdogan prepares for talks
The Turkish prime minister asks mediators to help end anti-government protests, North and South Korea stop talking, cash-strapped Greece switches off its state broadcaster, and the world just got a tiny bit younger.
Taksim Square cleared by Turkish riot police as Erdogan prepares to meet Gezi protesters
After protesters in Istanbul's Taksim Square ignored the prime minister's demand that they stop demonstrating, police armed with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons moved in.
Turkey: Police crackdown on Taksim Square gets mixed reviews
The attempted clearing of protesters from Istanbul’s Taksim Square by Turkish riot police is drawing some unlikely critics — but also some local allies.
Chatter: Trouble returns to Taksim Square
Riot police force out the anti-government protesters occupying central Istanbul, Syria's capital is suicide-bombed, Iran loses a potential president, and why a cat could make mayor in Mexico.
Turkish riot police clash with protesters into the night, as Erdogan says 'no more tolerance' (VIDEO)
Police swept through Istanbul's Taksim Square on Tuesday morning, forcing protesters to withdraw into nearby Gezi Park.
Turkey's Erdogan to meet with protest organizers on Wednesday
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has agreed to meet with Gezi Park protest leaders.
Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan rejects criticism from EU
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for an immediate end to nationwide protests sparked by a plan to build over Istanbul's Gezi Park.
Turkey protests: Istanbul calm, but clashes in Rize and Adana
A police officer was killed while attempting to control protesters in the city of Adana on Wednesday night.
Raw feed: Turkey's protesters talk sex, booze and human rights
Nine people, three questions. What do they want from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government?
Turkey protesters present 'list of demands' to end demonstrations
Turkey faced its sixth day of protests as demonstrators called for the dismissal of the country's police chiefs.
Turkish police read protesters riot act with tear gas, beatings
Demonstrators taking part in sweeping anti-government protests across Turkey say they are surprised by the excessive use of force riot police have used against protesters and activists since the unrest kicked off in Istanbul Friday.
Road project in Lebanon sparks outcry, echoing Turkish protests
With all eyes on Turkish unrest, Lebanese authorities try to downplay public outcry over the Fouad Boutros road project.
Sound of silence: Turkey media under fire for ignoring protests
From afar, it may appear that the ongoing protest movement is well documented. But domestic coverage is lacking.
The Turkish revolution will be GIF'd
Turkey's protests in 9 original GIFs.
Chatter: Turkey counts five days of protests, two deaths
A second protester dies as Turkey enters its fifth straight day of protests, Egypt puts foreign NGO workers on trial, Pistorius gets a postponement, and the German dictionary just got a little bit shorter.
Don't be a dictator: Erdogan edition
Amid widespread protests last summer, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he was not a dictator. Here are 9 examples that suggest otherwise.
Syrians, Iraqis warn Turkey of potential chaos
Syrians in Turkey see echoes of the first days of their uprising in anti-Erdogan protests.
26 photos that suggest tear gas unites us all
Security forces, it seems, are the same wherever you go. From Ferguson to Dhaka to Manama, protests of the last few years look eerily similar.
Instagram, Vine join Twitter as protest tools in Turkey (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
As Turkey's protests headed into their fourth day, those on the ground used social media to capture the Taksim Square sit-in.
Clashes between protesters and police continue in Turkey
Protesters and riot police continued to clash in Turkey on a fourth day of unrest.
Second death as Turkey protests enter 5th day (LIVE BLOG)
Turkey's growing protests began peacefully, but have quickly become the nation's largest and most intense demonstration in years.
Chatter: Turkey still protesting
Turkey's anti-government protests enter their fourth day, a fire at a Chinese slaughterhouse kills over 100 workers, US soldier Bradley Manning goes on trial for alleged WikiLeaking, and Michael Douglas comes down with a bad case of TMI.
Religion in Europe, also in crisis
European leaders reach out to religion, but churches struggle with waning numbers.
Opposition to Erdogan unabated as protests shake Turkey (VIDEO)
Anti-Erdogan sentiment strong in Turkey, with demonstrations entering third straight day.
Turkey protests: about more than a shopping mall
The protest movement sweeping Turkey has drawn people from all strata of society.