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Turkey marks failed coup with drone light show
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EU foreign ministers weigh up response to China and Turkey
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Major concerns over border restrictions on Syria aid
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Pope 'pained' by Turkey's Hagia Sophia decision
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Turkey reconverts Istanbul's Hagia Sophia museum into a mosque
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Libya: Turkish troops help clear landmines in Tripoli
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Greece faces fresh calls to probe migrant deaths at its Turkish border
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Libya gov't vows response after base hit by 'foreign air force'
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Hatice Cengiz appears at Jamal Khashoggi's murder trial in Turkey
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Khashoggi death: 20 go on trial in absentia
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Khashoggi killing: Turkish court puts Saudi suspects on trial in absentia
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Hagia Sophia Museum: Court to rule if Istanbul landmark should be a mosque again
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Turkey's Hagia Sophia and the battle to reconvert it to a mosque
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President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vows to curb social media in Turkey
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Turkey's growing war of words with Greece and Cyprus over Mediterranean drilling
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Turkish lira becomes the currency of choice in northern Syria
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Egypt's el-Sisi orders army to be ready for missions abroad
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Iraq’s traditional crafts at risk of vanishing
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Emmanuel Macron: 'Turkey is playing a dangerous game in Libya'
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Turkey's deserted resorts face make-or-break week
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NATO to investigate Mediterranean incident between French, Turkish warshipsNATO will investigate French accusations that Turkey's navy failed to respond to an allied call for inspection this month in the Mediterranean, the alliance chief said on Thursday, an incident Paris..
Turkey plans more military bases in north Iraq after offensive: officialTurkey plans to set up more temporary military bases in northern Iraq after stepping up its strikes against Kurdish militants there, a senior Turkish official told Reuters, saying the effort would..
Turkey's ruling party fights its corner over wrestler joining bank boardTurkey's ruling AK Party defended the appointment of a former wrestling champion to the board of a major state bank, saying those opposed to the move should doubt their love for the country.
Turkey says it hits 500 Kurdish militant targets in northern IraqTurkish forces have hit more than 500 Kurdish militant targets in northern Iraq as part of an operation in the region against the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), the Defence Ministry said on Thursday.
Kurdish militant attack kills four in southeast Turkey: governor's officeFour workers were killed when Kurdish militants detonated a roadside bomb that struck the labourers' pick-up truck as it passed by in southeast Turkey on Wednesday, the local governor's office said.
Turkey says it discussed lasting ceasefire during Libya tripSenior Turkish officials discussed a lasting ceasefire and political solution in Libya, as well as energy cooperation, during a visit to Tripoli on Wednesday, Turkey's foreign minister said.
Face masks outside now compulsory in major Turkish citiesTurkey on Thursday made it compulsory for people to wear face masks when outside in the country's largest cities of Istanbul and Ankara, as well as the northwestern city of Bursa, in a bid to combat..
Turkish military official denies French claim that warship was harassedA senior Turkish military official said on Wednesday it was "completely untrue" that the Turkish navy had harassed a French warship, denying an assertion by a French official.
French claim that warship harassed by Turkish navy untrue: Turkish military officialA senior Turkish military official said on Wednesday it was "completely untrue" that the Turkish navy had harassed a French warship on a NATO mission, denying an assertion by a French defence ministry..
France accuses Turkey of hostile acts to stop enforcement of Libya arms embargoFrance accused Turkey's navy on Wednesday of acting in a "hostile and aggressive" manner towards its NATO allies to prevent them from enforcing a United Nations arms embargo on Libya.
Turkish ministers visit Libya, Tripoli government saysTurkish government officials including the foreign and finance ministers arrived in Tripoli on Wednesday to meet Libya's internationally recognised Government of National Accord (GNA), the GNA said in..
Turkey still blocking defence plan for Poland, Baltics, NATO envoys sayTurkey continues to block a NATO defence plan for Poland and Baltic states despite a deal last year between Turkey's president and allied leaders, three allied diplomats and a French defence official..
NATO must deal with, not ignore Turkish problem: French officialNATO must not bury its head in the sand with regard to Turkey's recent behaviour towards its allies, a French defence ministry official said on Wednesday, and accused the Turkish navy of harassing a..
Turkish warplanes strike Kurdish targets in northern IraqTurkey's Defence Ministry said its warplanes struck Kurdish militant targets in northern Iraq's Haftanin region on Wednesday, the second such operation launched against the Kurdistan Workers Party..
Turkey accuses France of exacerbating Libya crisisTurkey angrily accused France on Tuesday of exacerbating the crisis in Libya and violating U.N. and NATO decisions by supporting the forces of Khalifa Haftar against the internationally recognised..
Turkey slams French criticism of its actions in LibyaTurkey on Tuesday slammed French criticism of its role in Libya, saying the comments showed the "dark and inexplicable" policy by France towards Libya, and accused its NATO ally of exacerbating the..
Merkel, Erdogan agree U.N. process for Libya should be bolstered: statementGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed the conflict in Libya and the situation in the eastern Mediterranean in a video call with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, Merkel's spokesman said in a..
For Syrian family with 16 children, life at Turkish border only gets harderProviding for 16 children including four sets of twins is only getting harder for Ahmad Yassin al-Ali and his wife Fawza Umri, Syrians who were forced to flee their home nearly a decade ago and are now..
Greek PM visits Israel, hoping to restore tourism and warning on TurkeyGreek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited Israel on Tuesday in a show of confidence in the countries' anti-coronavirus measures which Athens hopes can be translated into a resumption of tourism.
France wants talks about 'aggressive' Turkish role in LibyaFrance wants talks with NATO allies to discuss Turkey's increasingly "aggressive" role in Libya, a presidential official said on Monday, and the foreign ministry accused Ankara of thwarting truce..
Turkey eyes Libya bases for lasting military foothold: sourceTurkey and Libya's internationally recognised government are discussing possible Turkish use of two military bases in the North African country, a Turkish source said on Monday, with a view to a..
Turkey in talks to use two Libya military bases: sourceTurkey and Libya's internationally recognised government are discussing possible Turkish use of two military bases in the North African country, a Turkish source said on Monday, teeing up a lasting..
Turkey says no issues with Russia on Libya after talks delayedThere are no technical disagreements between Turkey and Russia on issues regarding the conflict in Libya, and the two states will continue jointly pursuing a lasting ceasefire there, Turkish Foreign..
Siege of Libya's Sirte behind Turkey-Russia talks delay: Turkish officialRussia and Turkey postponed talks on defusing fighting in Libya due to discord over the Ankara-backed Tripoli government's push to retake the key coastal city of Sirte from Russian-backed eastern..
Earthquake in eastern Turkey kills one, injures nineAn earthquake with a 5.7 magnitude shook Bingol province in eastern Turkey on Sunday, killing one person and injuring nine others, officials said.
Earthquake with 5.7 magnitude hits eastern Turkey, three injuredAn earthquake with a 5.7 magnitude shook Bingol province in eastern Turkey on Sunday, causing the collapse of a military observation tower which injured three people, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu..
Turkey and Russia put off talks expected to tackle Libya and SyriaRussia and Turkey have postponed ministerial-level talks which were expected to focus on Libya and Syria, where the two countries support opposing sides in long-standing conflicts.
Russian ministers to visit Turkey for talks on SundayRussian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu will visit Turkey on Sunday for talks, the two countries' foreign ministries said on Saturday, with media reports saying..
Turkey slams 'propaganda machine' Twitter over removal of accountsTurkey fiercely criticized Twitter on Friday for suspending more than 7,000 accounts that supported President Tayyip Erdogan, saying the company was smearing the government and trying to redesign..
Turkey arrests journalist for revealing state secrets: lawyerA Turkish court jailed a prominent opposition journalist from an online news outlet pending trial on accusations that she revealed state secrets in two articles about Ankara's military involvement in..
Turkey arrests prominent journalist on espionage charges: AnadoluA Turkish court has jailed a prominent opposition journalist from an online news outlet pending trial on "military and political espionage", the state-run Anadolu news agency said on Friday.
Turkish court conviction of U.S. consulate worker harms relations: PompeoThe conviction by a Turkish court of a local employee of a U.S. consulate undermines the trust undergirding relations between the two countries, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday.
Turkish court jails U.S. consulate worker on terrorism chargesA Turkish court jailed a U.S. consulate employee for nearly nine years on Thursday for aiding a terrorist organisation, a ruling the United States described as deeply disappointing and based on no..
U.S. Embassy in Turkey deeply disappointed by conviction of consulate employeeThe United States Embassy in Ankara said on Thursday that it was "deeply disappointed" by the sentencing of its Istanbul consulate employee Metin Topuz on a charges of aiding a terrorist organisation.
Germany in close contact with Turkey over travel warning: ministerGermany is in close contact with countries outside Europe, including Turkey, over whether travel warnings in place due to the coronavirus pandemic can be lifted, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on..
Turkish court sentences U.S. consulate employee to jailA Turkish court sentenced U.S. consulate employee Metin Topuz to eight years and nine months in jail for aiding a terrorist organisation, state-owned Anadolu news agency said on Thursday, a development..
Turkey says U.S. needs to play more active role in LibyaThe United States needs to play a more active role in Libya, both in achieving a ceasefire and in political talks, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in an interview with broadcaster NTV on..
Turkey says radical groups trying to disrupt Idlib ceasefireRadical groups in Syria's northwestern Idlib region are trying to disrupt a three-month-old ceasefire reached by Turkey and Russia but the agreement still stands, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar..
Turkey dismisses Egyptian proposal for Libya ceasefire: HurriyetTurkey on Wednesday dismissed Egypt's proposal for a ceasefire in Libya, saying the plan aimed to save Khalifa Haftar after the collapse of his offensive to control the capital Tripoli, Hurriyet..
Turkey's Erdogan appoints new governors in 41 provinces: Official GazetteTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan appointed new governors in 41 provinces, a presidential ruling in the Official Gazette showed on Wednesday.
Turkey relaxes coronavirus restrictions further, vows to boost economyPresident Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday Turkey was largely lifting stay-at-home orders for people aged over 65 and for children as part of a further easing of restrictions imposed to curb the spread..
Erdogan says will not let Syria's Idlib become conflict zone againPresident Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday the Syrian government was increasing provocations in northwest Syria's Idlib region and that Turkey would not allow it to become a conflict zone again.
Turkey orders detention of more than 400 people with alleged Gulen linksTurkish authorities have ordered the detention of 414 people, mainly military personnel, over suspected links to the network that Ankara says orchestrated a failed coup in 2016, prosecutors and state..
Turkey orders arrest of 275 military personnel: AnadoluTurkish authorities have ordered the detention of 275 people, mainly military personnel, over suspected links to the network that Ankara says orchestrated a failed coup in 2016, police, security..
Erdogan says he and Trump agreed 'some issues' on LibyaTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan said he discussed the conflict in Libya with U.S. President Donald Trump in a phone call on Monday and that the two leaders agreed on "some issues" related to..
Rivals Russia and Turkey both support a Libya peace process, Moscow saysRussian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu on Monday agreed on the need to collaborate to create the conditions for a peace process in Libya, Russia's foreign..
Turkey orders 149 people detained for suspected Gulen links: AnadoluTurkey on Monday ordered the detention of 149 people, mainly from the security forces, over suspected links to the network Ankara says orchestrated a failed coup in 2016, state-owned Anadolu news..
Turkish soldier killed, two wounded in Syria's Idlib, defence ministry saysOne Turkish soldier was killed and two were wounded in the northwestern Syrian region of Idlib on Friday in an attack on an armoured ambulance, Turkey's Defence Ministry said.